In 2001, The New York Times placed a stainless steel sculpture by architect, Santiago Calatrava at The American Museum of Natural History which contains over one hundred objects reflecting the culture of the day. It’s intended to serve as a time capsule not to be opened until one thousand years later on January 1, 3000.
Below are a couple of photos of Jacqui posing near the capsule back in 2001 and this past weekend joined by Henry.
Stella, one of Henry’s friends from daycare, celebrated her second birthday yesterday. Henry was happy to partake in cupcakes, balloons and rolling in bed with books.
Marching towards Central Park.
Henry and I needed a change of scenery today so we traveled uptown to meet Sierra and Cara-Lynn in Central Park. After some fun in the park, we went to their apartment for some pizza. Henry and Sierra had a wild fun time together, as always.
We attended Sierra’s fourth birthday party on the Upper West Side today. Henry drank two juice boxes, danced, threw up, became a lava monster and got a little musical for Sierra.
On Saturday, Jacqui and I took Henry to our old neighborhood, Manhattan Valley on the Upper West Side to reminisce and visit Central Park and Riverside Park.