To observe the last sequential calendar date in 89 years, which numerologist Greer Jonas said was a perfect occasion to “take the steps up to discover a new way to communicate and create, build and restore, and have an energetic epiphany towards change and freedom,” Bubi and I went to Flushing Meadows Park to see the Queens Museum and New York Hall of Science.
At the museum, we saw the incredible “Panorama of the City of New York,” a scale model of the five boroughs which was built from 1961 to 1964 for the World’s Fair. The model was last updated in 1992, and I could see The Ranch upon close examination, near the round school building you can see in the photo here.
We walked to the hall of science where we were delighted by all the vintage displays of models that illustrated principles of physics and mechanics, especially an alcohol chamber that detected and portrayed cosmic rays.
I felt like we were traveling, and my outfit felt oddly appropriate as I was wearing a mishmash of uniforms, like a Kangol aviator hat I found at Housing Works and a vintage fireman’s jacket Scooter and I found at Quality Mending vintage. I completed the outfit with my Vinti Andrews Eco Jeans and Jam Master Jay Adidas.
Bubi and I also took a photo on a brand new L train we took to the Mets Stadium station.
The day was full of thoughtful and intentional conversations and indeed felt like we are well prepared for all the current and future manifestations of creativity and wellness all around.