Park Frolicking

My favorite time of year is coming to a closing and Winter will soon be upon us. Womp 😦 Yesterday was a most beautiful Autumn day! I feel as though it may have been one of the last so I took advantage and did some lovely park frolicking and picture taking. I now live half a block from Thompkins Square here in the city. Thompkins is a nice little park in the heart of Alphabet City, which is part of the East Village (the seedier, grittier part :p ) for those of you who aren’t familiar with it. I moseyed on over and I beheld a most glorious sight!!! LEAVES WERE FALLING EVERYWHEREEEEE! I love when the wind blows and colors of red, orange, and yellow flow everywhere. It makes my heart sing a joyful tune. 🙂

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I’m sure most people in the park thought I was a nut. I was skipping around in the leaves, taking pictures to my hearts content of more leaves and petting dogs.

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Whilst out I also came about a sweet farmer’s market. I was just trying to take some nice pictures of some cute veggies, but apparently people don’t like having their vegetables photographed. I kept getting shooed away. HA! 😛

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I also had to of course get some snaps of my blanket. I suppose a girl taking pictures of a quarter of a blanket in the park didn’t exactly help my “nuttiness”. hehe

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I adding FORTY hexies yesterday after my park journey. Sometimes I feel as though this blanket will never be finished. It’s just such a huge process making the hexies with all the different colors and no repetitions, crocheting, and cutting, and more yarn, and so on and so forth.

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Dear Strawberry Patch, please be done soon. I love you, but for realz, I’m getting a bit impatient. Love, Vic.

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what i’m listening to: Riverside by Agnes Obel

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3 comments
  1. Sheena said:

    That’s a nice lookin’ blanket you’ve got there!

  2. Debbie Anderson said:

    Those veggies looked really good especially the bunches of carrots! The leaves are beautiful in the park!

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