Pen and ink drawing, digitally colored, of a favorite spot when I lived in St. Paul.
It’s nice to go back to Minneapolis. This place is always on the menu. Very fun and kid-friendly.
Working on a wonderful children’s book. Maybe I’ll even get it done this year!
Washington Square Park on an April day.
This couple has been together a long time, I’m guessing.
The cutest little restaurant in beautiful Hoboken, New Jersey. I went to Hoboken with a friend. It wasn’t at all what I expected. I loved it, beautiful skyline views from the river, a friendly, lively main street with interesting shops and restaurants. Why did I expect less for so many years?
Roberto’s Auto Repair on Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn seemed so happy. Yellow! And the pink building behind it. I think this scene is great.
A late summer day in Central Park, New York City.
I liked this gentleman at the cafe. He was by himself with a carafe of wine. Was he waiting for his wife? Perhaps meeting someone from an online dating site? Was he/she late? Of course, he could have just been in town for business, relaxing after a big meeting.
This is the outdoor dining area of Sea Change Restaurant in the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. Situated on the river near downtown Minneapolis, the architecture of the building is bold with big spaces and straight lines, and the steel blue color is great contrast with the green awnings of this restaurant. The old Guthrie Theater was torn down. I worked there when I was young, when the highest price ticket for a most amazing theater experience cost just $9.25
Sweet little restaurant tucked away on West 13th in Greenwich Village. It looks so inviting, and I love the pink chairs. I’ve never been here. Across the street was a cozy bar and restaurant where a friend and I would meet up. White tablecloths, intimate, mostly literary types so the conversation tended to be quiet and not boisterous. It closed one day, just like that. I’ll really miss it. I guess next time we meet up we’ll go to Gradisca Ristorante.