Friday, April 11, 2008

... the day stretch.

Yesterday, Thursday April 10th... the first day in NYC that was warm enough for me to go sleeveless. Well, While in the sun it was warm enough to go sleeveless. How could I not smile on a day like yesterday? The management companies, co-op boards, and movers couldn't keep me down for long.

It was a perfect afternoon to meet up with a friend to walk, chat, and make up silly stories about the other park goers. It was a perfect afternoon to gnaw on ice cream sandwiches that were frozen so solid that they made crunching sounds. It was a perfect afternoon to jump off rocks and stairs, twirl around as if I were in a musical, and feel like a child again.

Although I captured mostly pinks and whites with my camera, Central Park was bursting with blues, yellows and greens as well. The cherry blossoms, magnolias, daffodils, narcissus, forsythia, and azaleas were all so beautiful ... and that is to name just a few obvious ones.

The big boulders radiated heat into the night as the sun set into the skyline of the West Side, making the day stretch just a little longer.

Saturday, April 5, 2008

Eek-ez (yikes).

Who would ever know this creature was born out of a meal of fish and chips?

Thursday, April 3, 2008

A View.

I love this view from Chinatown.
Courtesy of my friend Winnie.

You can just see the triangular tip of the chrystler building.

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

No More.

So officially, the Char Makes no more.

Becoming a jobless, homeless, wandering nomad for who knows how long in the near future seems much more serious and something I seriously need to address instead of creating art, food, and other such nonsense. How can I be thinking about creating anything through this period?
I should be planning for my future!
These last drawings say everything I have left in me to say.

SIKE! April fools. I'm excited about my travels. The Char Makes A Journey Series coming soon...