Back at the end of February, just before I started my new job in Brooklyn, I spent a day running around my beloved Philadelphia with Kevin. It was a beautiful early spring day, and a fitting "farewell" to the city of brotherly love.
We had some Robsons beers that I'd smuggled home from Durban to go with our giant plates of brunch at Sabrina's. We walked up the Parkway to the Art Museum where we got given the red member badges, for the sole purpose, the girl at the counter told us, of making us feel superior. We saw armor that seemed to be made to transform horses into unicorns, lots of modern art installations, and scoffed at tourists running up and down the museum steps (I guess the red badges worked).
It was a very nice day.
All photos taking with the iPhone, some with the instagr.am App.
Sunday, March 27, 2011
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Life has been crazy lately. Since my last post, I wrapped up a very short-lived career "trading for Joe", and began a new job at a non-profit in Brooklyn.
Yep, that's right. Brooklyn. As in, "I live in Pennsylvania and commute to Brooklyn every morning and every evening". Luckily it hasn't been as bad (yet) as I'd thought and within a few months I'll have saved enough money to pay a deposit on an apartment in New York. But for now, my travel time clocks in at just under 2 hours each way, which I'm viewing as extremely valuable reading/podcast time (Ira Glass, I'm lookin at you).
I've got a lot of figuring out to do, most especially in the How will I ever find time to do the things I enjoy doing in the free time I don't have? category, but it will come with time. And for now, I've got my first real job working for an organization I believe in in one of the greatest cities in the world. And though the commute may get long at times, that fact is certainly nothing to complain about.
This weekend, updates about life. Promise.