Yesterday, as those who follow my Twitter are aware, we went to the New York Transit Museum in Brooklyn Heights, where I exercised my penchant for making Cal pose alternately as an abandoned child or a talentless stripper on a variety of vintage subway trains. We had a good time.
Cal, hanging tough with some TNT. 'Sup, fool.
Also, this comparison from the last time we took Cal to the same museum about three years ago. Sunrise, sunset.
I did not dress him in the same colors on purpose, but I guess I just have a penchant for orange jackets and turquoise neckwear. (Actually, the orange jackets is kind of on purpose--I like to make sure my kids are easy to spot in crowded places. And putting a road cone on their heads seems excessive.)
(View full photo set here.)
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Thank you to all that people who LIKED my book page and who friended me on Facebook. I had my Twitter and my Facebook linked for a little while (hence all the links to TwitPic a few days ago) but then it kind of stopped linking, which was perhaps a blessing in disguise as it's possible that could have been annoying for some people. MODERN DAY PROBLEMS, am I right, people? And what's the deal with answering machines, anyway? All those little cassette tapes!
Anyway, I have some ideas for some new content coming up in advance for the book release (it's all just sweet dreams in my head right now, but early hints: it involves video) so I appreciate having the maximum number of ways to reach everyone, even if I'm still working out the kinks in straddling accessibility and annoying ubiquity. Needless to say, watch this space.