p s e u d o r e a l

Better Than Real Because It's Not.

Thursday January 28th 2010, 2:29 am
Filed under: General

Back to the dentist, back to the city, and back to the place with no purpose.

The dentist is about 100 feet from where I went to kindergarten.
That’s my old school on the other side of the cemetary.

east river
Pete wanted to go back to Central Park, so across the Queensboro Bridge we went.

queensboro bridge
I took no photos in the park this time.

ronkonkoma station
To and from this limbo I go.

Thursday January 21st 2010, 1:15 am
Filed under: General

I left Brooklyn early in the morning on November 9, pushing my granny cart with my mop, bucket, and various items up and down the subway stairs, through Williamsburg, and back to the LIRR, before pushing it another mile down the road to my new location. It was a difficult end to my four years in Gowanus.

I cleared out from one end to the other.

living room
I’m going to miss this place. There’s a lot of good memories associated with it.

Ladies and gentlemen, I have left the building.

Sunday January 10th 2010, 3:03 am
Filed under: General

Pete agreed to haul a load out of Brooklyn for me if I agreed to go rollerblading in Central Park. Things have gone downhill quite a bit since then. It already seems like it was long ago.

He almost never goes forward except in reverse.

autumn in central park
Pete hates the cyclists… passionately.

running, cycling, blading

hey baby...
Some girl caught his eye.

Sunday January 03rd 2010, 2:09 am
Filed under: General

November began with nine days left on the lease at my Carroll St. apartment.

root canal, fun fun
Root canal, visit one of five. Tony said “pics or it didn’t happen.”

It’s hard to see, but that’s a rooster, full of peppers.

Hai. Pull me over plz.
Nice plate. I wonder if the cops are amused.

Ronkonkoma station, the bus stop as well
Back from the dentist, and off to paint “next apartment.”

Ronkonkoma station, LIRR
Painting done, returning to Brooklyn.

Eagle Clothes sign
I finally got a good shot of this. I never realized it was down the block from me.

Carroll St. station
The end is very very near now.