Saturday, April 30, 2016


Sadly, I woke up early Saturday, even without the kid. After a leisurely brunch, we headed to the Brooklyn Flea, the Greenlight Bookstore (where I got a compliment on my bag!), and we split up: me to thrift, Francisco to a transportation museum.

My happiest thrifting success was a copy of Anno's Italy, a children's book I'd never heard of but discovered I love.

In the evening, we headed to the Guggenheim. The exhibits there (which were much of the museum), were rather unimpressive, although I enjoyed the building itself and the small permanent collection.

This ball was pretty cool.

Then we headed to the nearby Cooper Hewitt, a museum of design, which was really great.

It's in a cool old house, although that isn't the focus.

(These were my favorite things there.)

After our nightly slice, we collapsed in bed.

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