Project 365: Days 132-138
132/365: Jim and Tag stopped at South of the Border on their cross-country road trip, and I was insanely jealous (I've never been!) until I received a surprise package with souvenirs like this amazing shirt.
133/365: Poor baby girl wasn't feeling well so I gave her some extra snuggles.
134/365: I took a Sunday stroll through my happy place, Green-Wood Cemetery. Sophie Calle's art installation, Here Lie the Secrets of the Visitors of Green-Wood Cemetery, will be at Green-Wood for 25 years. You can put a secret into the slot, and Calle will return periodically to "exhume and cremate them in a ceremonial bonfire service and moment of remembrance."
135/365: I got to attend the annual 92Y Gala and see the fruits of the last few months of my design labor.
136/365: Had to take my child to the vet, where they said she might have an intestinal blockage, but x-rays aren't definitive. She seems to be back to her old, annoying self so hopefully I never have to hear "sad meow" ever again.
137/365: I walked to Rockefeller Center from work (50+ blocks) down Third Avenue, which was disappointingly devoid of interesting things unlike Second and First Avenues.
138/365: I know this post is Mozart-heavy, but it kills me when she "hides" under something and I can see her little chicken legs poking out.