I stopped to admire the molding/designs/details (what do you call this?) on some brownstones that I bypass all the time but never really paid attention to, before. Is this for decorative purposes or something more important, I wonder?
I’ll have to pay attention to the other brownstones in the neighborhood, next time.
Two gargoyles sat on their perch. It was lunchtime and their stomachs started to rumble.
"What do you feel like eating?" asked the one on the left.
"Mmm, I don’t know," replied the one on the right.
"I know! Let’s order from the Vietnamese restaurant. I feel like some La Sa Tom. Their curry shrimp soup with coconut milk, rice vermicelli and bean sprouts is so tasty," said the gargoyle on the left.
"Why don’t we have Vietnamese for dinner?" suggested the gargoyle on the right. "Let’s order pizza with sausage, pepperoni, broccoli and mushrooms, instead. My treat! Deal?"
The other agreed, "Deal! Pizza it is!!"
Details of an apartment building in Harlem.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Happy Saturday!
Found on an apartment building in Harlem. Oh, such details!
Mary the Teach of Work of the Poet created the MIMOSA AWARD and has passed in on to me. According to her post, she "decided to give it to some very wonderful people who epitomize hope and reassurance every day in their blogs. According to Pantone "The color yellow exemplifies the warmth and nurturing quality of the sun, properties we as humans are naturally drawn to for reassurance. Mimosa also speaks to enlightenment, as it is a hue that sparks imagination and innovation."
Oh, wow! Mary, you’re giving this big ole award to little ole me? Shucks, I’m honored. Thank you very much!