So this isn't a real post, just a handful of photos I took on the road in New York. I'm heading back home today.
And I will try to forgo extensive whining about my back injury, whatever the hell it is. A Progress Report (or an Amusing Lack of Progress Report) on physical therapy may follow at some point, but I'm really hoping to write one of those cheerful "my triumphant return to working out!" sort of inspirational things, not another bitchstravaganza of frustrations and gripes. So I'm thinking I"ll give it a bit more time.
Meanwhile, no running or biking or ellipticalling or weights. But lots of walking right past notable NYC landmarks and not photographing them! Only to capture weird shit no one else would possibly want to look at instead.
Three Lessons From The Art Museums:
1. I'm not the only one who sometimes finds planks uncomfortable.
2. I'm also not the only one who finds cooking a challenge.
3. If you spend enough time in an art museum, everything you point your camera at starts to look like art.
Note: I will spare you 4,753 other examples. (I actually somehow broke my new smart phone, so that it now freezes up if I go anywhere near the camera or gallery function and I have to take the battery out to reboot. I think perhaps the universe is telling me to stop with the weird shots and just f--cking take pictures of the Statue of Liberty or the annoying mascots at Times Square like tourists are supposed to).
Two Quick Lessons from the Streets of New York:
1. New York can be a Tough Town for Bikes.
(Or Else They've Invented Magic Rice and Magic Beans?)
2. And Gelato is Now a Heath Food, Yay!
What About You Guys, Learn Anything Interesting This Week?