My eyesight isn’t the best, but it wasn’t hard to spot this tiny Pink Flamingo Lip Balm (I know what it is because I own one myself) on one of my recent walks. The Flamingo and its friend, the Ice Cream Cone Magnet Pen (seen below) were abandoned on a ledge outside an apartment building. I made my documentation, and I continued on my walk.
Yesterday — which I think everyone in the tristate area can agree was simply gorgeous — I had the extreme pleasure of visiting the home of friends Cristina and Eric, in the lovely town of Bayonne, NJ. They were hosting a Covid-safe, outdoor picnic for a small group of friends and fiends so that we could all gather for the first time in 18 months and end the summer on a high note. My friends’ home is a breathtaking and delightful homage to pop culture kitsch and horror movie collectibles which must be seen to be believed, but which I can describe as being like if your Halloween decorations were up year-round. Needless to say, but you can see I am about to, even their well-curated collection of refrigerator magnets is enviable, as you can see by the above photo. Have a great week everyone!
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The Munchkin cat is a fairly recent breed distinguished by its extremely tiny legs, which are the consequence of a genetic abnormality.
Munchkins, other than their unique legs, are similar to any other species and can have a short or long coat in nearly any color or pattern. Grooming is not essential for shorter-haired Munchkins, but mild grooming may be required for long-haired cats.
They also have huge, walnut-shape eyes that can be virtually any hue, just like their coat. They are a small to medium breed with a weight range of 2–4 kg (approx 4.5 pounds) and 19–21 cm (approx. 8 inches) height. Their life expectancy is between 12 and 14 years. But this is not all the information you need about this particular breed. If you want to adopt or buy one, you need to know additional details as well. Continue reading this article to find out more.
How cute is this little felted Taco with a Mustache tree ornament? Answer: so darn cute. Let us make him the official Worleygig mascot of Taco Tuesday, shall we? Sure, why not. This festive little guy was spotted by me a few weeks back at NY Now summer marketplace in the booth for Ornaments 4 Orphans, a for-profit, fair trade social enterprise dedicated to providing critical support for orphans and vulnerable children in Africa. They use ethical and sustainable business practices, create jobs, fight poverty, preserve intact families, empower communities, and ultimately prevent children from becoming orphans. You can browse their huge selection of beautiful, hand-crafted ornaments, and do a bit of early holiday shopping for a good cause, at This Link!
I definitely feel for any business owner whose security gate gets tagged repeatedly. They aren’t easy to clean off, and most of the time the spray-painted tags are illegible and just plan ugly. The owners of Trinity Unisex Salon, located on 14th Street between Avenues B and C (cheap haircuts, ladies!) can take some comfort at least in the fact that their gate was tagged with a fun, hungry Shark, which in turn has supplied me with the image for this post. I’m all about finding a silver lining.
Shark Attack on the storefront!
OK, so the vanity plate on the front of this Toyota truck could be translated a couple different ways, I suppose. “DRV PNK” could also be “Drive Punk,” but I think that the pinkish-hued Delicate Arch that you see on the Utah State license plates indicates that this message is meant to read as “Drive Pink.” As in, Drive Pink, Bitches!
Photographed During Another Beautiful Day in May, During My Visit to Moab, Utah.