Tag Archives: Glad I Saw It
From the MLK, Jr Memorial in Washington DC.
Sometimes a space becomes a living, breathing organ, providing a needed boost to the neighborhood surrounding it. 73 See Gallery at 73C Pine Street in Montclair embodies this idea. And the newest exhibition is a clear example of how deeply Mary Z Scotti’s … Continue reading
Seen in the window of Chameleon Antiques. My poorly stifled giggles are further proof that I have the mind of a 14-year old boy.
We can get overwhelmed by news, events, horrors, anger, emotion. It’s difficult to realize that in the course of human history, we’re actually doing pretty well right now. Well, maybe except for the climate stuff. But we see so much … Continue reading
I do love the colorful and quirky windows in our local shops. This stopped me on a day when I had to agree with the statement. See it for yourself while it lasts at the Essex Fine Arts Gallery.
We were waiting at a local barber shop as my son was getting a close-cropped cut, when my daughter tugged at my sleeve and pointed towards the door. A man was sitting near the front, by the door, and he had … Continue reading
I have always had great admiration for those who can create the tangible out of imagination.
We haven’t stopped by our library since well before the holidays, so this was new to me. My first thought was that it was just a funky vintage feature. But then memories of dozens, scores, of dearly purchased pens and pencils … Continue reading
I saw this collection of pins at Watchung Booksellers recently. Of course I loved the I can read! pin, but it was the Smile They’re Watching pin that I was glad I saw. There are a couple of other winning tidbits … Continue reading