Brooklyn is often stranger than fiction.
But also hilarious.
She was trying so hard to entertain him with her singing and ukulele playing.
I couldn’t make him smile either.
But we had fun.
PS I asked the caregiver for permission to take pictures of these adorable kids.
No matter what I did, this darling Shiba Inu only had eyes for the door beyond which I assume his owner had disappeared.
I walk by this sign all the time.
“You looked cold. I knit you a cozy.”
-Someone in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
That’s one way to address NYC’s lack of Spring, I suppose.
…the next, you’re out.
On the curb.
Also, check out the Christmas wishes some folks hung on the tree. Yes, I’m judging.
Bedford Street – Williamsburg, Brooklyn
“Can I take a picture of your dog?
[Said dog, a French Mastiff, would only look at the camera when her owner moved his bagel directly in front of her. She has a thing for cream cheese, he said. I had no cream cheese.]
R-rated Nutcracker ballet? OK. Sure.