I've been running around too much and have not been online as much as I need to be to keep up with all my photo-posting and commenting, BUT never fear! May has been busy with a lot of adventures and I will catch up on posting them all soon!
After May's late night with Ilse, she was still pretty tired, and the girls' car(otherwise known as my car
) was in the shop, so May and the girls just hung out at home.
Ilse: Nightfall can't take us out today, what would you like to do?
May: I'm not sure... What do you suggest?
Ilse: Hm, maybe Kerrigan would be willing to cook something for us?
Ilse: Kerrigan, we can't go out today, do you think you could cook something for May?
Kerrigan: Actually, I was just thinking of making some soup...
Kerrigan: Here you go! I hope you like it!
May: Wow, it's delicious! You're an amazing cook Kerrigan!
[The last two photos are inside of the re-ment house. It just about fits momokos!
That's probably as photostory-ish as I'm going to get for the moment too!
The following day May went on a bike ride, but we don't have those photos yet. Instead, we have photos from our weekend trip to NYC to attend a re-ment event. Re-Ment was launching sales of their house on the East Coast at Toy Tokyo. So, lucky May tagged along to Manhatten for the fun!
Gina Garan, of Blythe photography fame, was at the event, so May got to meet her!
This was very exciting, and she was very sweet - we got to talk for quite a bit because it was a fairly low-key event.
If you'd like to see more photos of the re-ment event or the re-ment house, they are here
I gave May a photoset too, so that's here
. Does she have her own group on flickr yet?
Strangely our weather went back to being warm, but fortunately the trees changed color after all! So on the way back from NYC May got in some leaf peeping. Those photos will be posted soon! And I'm still working on getting some Boston landmark photos. I haven't had a chance to go downtown yet...
Tammy, I live in Somerville. The night sky photo is in Union Sq., which is my neighborhood. Unfortunately, however, that's not my balcony. How I wish it were tho, what a view! (It's an observation point - part of a landmark building in a small park)