mrs. rugbyologist and I recently benefited from some free interstate grandparental babysitting of The Frogger. We took the opportunity to go out to dinner. Dinner was lovely, but the details are irrelevant. We followed up dinner with dessert at the nearby chocolate bar.
The first thing the hostess asked us upon showing us to our table was, "Have you been here before?"
The first thing our waitress asked was, "Have you been here before?"
Today I visited the 53rd international art exposition at the Biennale di Venezia, which this year is titled "Fare Mondi" (making worlds). I am posting below a few pictures I took of the installations I saw there, for those of you who are not insensitive to contemporary arts. But before I do, let me add a personal note.
Amidst string theorist accompanied by strings, a one woman dramatic impersonation of E.O. Wilson and a journey of life through time, things have begun to turn around in good ole/new York.
Lucky for me, the media company came through with tickets for all the events we wanted to attend, I received a room and the luggage was delivered to the hotel in time to get ready for the opening ceremony of the World Science Festival, after numerous conversations with United representatives and the lady at the front desk.
Unlucky for me, Alan Alda would still rather be seen with Bloggy. Not that I blame him.