Ok guys, here it is! Again, looking at this one as a whole isn't very inspiring, but each individual picture has a mega story behind it.
Here's my pick for the month --
294/366: pink dot jar
20 October 2012
Went to Kiosk in search of a baby shower card with Gilles. Fell in love with this little pink polka-dotted ball. The top comes off to reveal a secret hiding place.
Not sure why I didn't write more - I go into Kiosk very rarely (for whatever reason), and whenever I do, I am entranced. It's such a curious arrangement of objects, and the collection changes quite frequently. There was a little makeshift phone booth in there this time, with instructions on how to call people to get them to vote for Obama. Each X amount of calls you made got you some little token or prize from the store. It felt like a Deitch Projects exhibit. Then this little dot jar: It looked like a lovely little ornament for a bookshelf, but the little description next to it made it even better. And the entire top half comes off to reveal that it's actually a little storage box. Still thinking about it - might take the (yikes) plunge and get the thing.
Other highlights from October: Ate clams, oysters and mussels straight from the water for the first time. Had some more work published in NY_____. Cheered Marc on in a reality show competition in which he was a master pumpkin carver (PS his team won the entire thing!). Had my final electronics class, which featured an oscilloscope. Went to Los Angeles for 24 hours and was faced with a brilliant double decker electric organ. Went to a bunch of physical therapy. Replaced the pads on my favorite headphones. Had delightful tea with Nicole in the name of research. Saw some pretty spectacular sunsets. Went to Delaware for the first time. Took a road trip to Virginia to see a close friend get married. Stumbled through a pitch-dark building after Hurricane Sandy passed. Stood in a near-empty Newark airport for one of the only flights that took off that day.
See? Eventful but strangely uneventful-looking, at least to me. Two months to go, eek!