My day started with some uncertainty. I wanted to be outside and I wanted to go see a movie. I went online and bought tickets for Captain America: Civil War 3D. My friend (Arlene) also messaged me and we met downtown. You know I love the subways, look at the lines, the perspective…so powerful!
More of those sweet, black lines of the structure
I would be meeting Arlene and Chris on Fulton Street.
After getting some things and walking around some, we went to this place, Yaso Tangbao. It was my first time there. When I met my friends they told me about this delicious dumpling spot that they went to earlier, so I wanted to check it out.
This was N1 on the menu, I think it was a braised beef soup. It was delicious. The noodles were perfectly al dente, and the soup tasty. I was more concerned with our conversation than the meal, but the meal was still great. The service was good too.
Chris had these pork baos with black sesame seeds on top of them. They too were good.
One of the walls in the restaurant. I liked the brick and wood juxtaposition. A clean, and modern interior. After our meals, snacks, and great conversations, we were on our way.
On our walk along Fulton, my friend stopped this guy to tell him how much she loved his apron. He was happy to hear it, and even told them they can take a photo with him. A lovely guy with a lovely apron. He just might be the best belt man in Brooklyn. We walked around some more then went over to Arlene’s to chill, until I would leave for my movie.
I love to see scaffolding, especially, well installed scaffolding. I feel like I am in a forest of steel. I almost always take photos of narrow scaffolded spaces.
We saw this cool helluva car along the street too. Quite a beauty!
I got to my friends’ place and we relaxed. We watched Empire. I know about the TV show, but I have never watched it. My friend loves it so I was happy to watch an episode. It was great! I think I might need to Netflix it. Great acting, great music, great style, beautiful people!! I might have to put that on my to-do list for the summer. I didn’t want to be late for my movie, so I had to leave during the second episode we were watching.
I was running late and had to put wheels on my heels so that I would not miss too much.
While rushing ahead, I looked back and saw this beautiful sunset reflecting on the buildings… No matter how fast you rush ahead, it is always good to look behind every now and again. 🙂
The opening of Captain America: Civil War. The movie was fantastic, and I can’t wait for Black Panther!
Today was a good day. I am NOT looking forward to tomorrow, since I am heading back to work on Monday. Ughhh!!!