I feel as if I should apologize, but I am so happy about my activities this weekend that I cannot sincerely say I am all that sorry not to be spending several hours of it writing my Monday blog. I really enjoy working on my weekly MIE essay. I hope that shows. But this weekend I am getting out of Dodge. I will be escaping the Big Baked Apple for the beautiful Berkshires, in the company of lovely Barbara and Peter Leavy. So I am hanging out the traditional sign and going to get some fresh air. I don't think I will actually be catching any fish, but here is some photographic proof that I have actually done so in my lifetime.
|Me and my dad, the zen fisherman who taught me how.|
|My 35 pound salmon in Alaska!|
Meanwhile back in New York City, here is what will be going on in my absence:
On Saturday evening, an artist is going to be projecting images of endangered species onto our beloved Empire State Building:
You can see more about it here:
New York Times Projection Report
By the time you read this, I hope the project's message will have garnered a lot of attention. I urge you to heed it.
More soon on these and other subjects.
Annamaria - Monday