Saturday, March 9, 2019
Saturday in the Park (S)
Usually anytime that I'm in a park on a Saturday, I find myself thinking of the golden oldie ("Saturday In The Park") performed by the band, Chicago. This past Saturday was no exception, except it wasn't a "Saturday in the park," rather it was a Saturday in the parks. The first one being Riverside Park, where I was moved by a "scene" I observed soon after I arrived: Two young boys were just leaving the site of a snowman that they had been creating.
One turned back to give their "sculpture" a final goodbye...
... before the snowman would inevitably melt away and be gone forever!
Later that afternoon I came upon a coquettish looking snow-woman...
... in another park (Central Park ) with no evidence of her creators in sight; but there she stood, waiting to meet her inevitable fate once the sun came out in full force.