Saturday Afternoon. East River Park.
Sort of hard to believe, but I've been living in New York for four years now. There aren't too many people around anymore from incoming generation...most have moved-off or been married-off. Saturday's East River Park gathering was organized to commemorate one more moving-off, Tina (who arrived in New York with me) is moving off to Boston (and here we see her chatting with Jeff, who arrived in New York with me but [as you may remember] got married off just last month).
Patricia doesn't really see what the big deal is as she's lived here longer than any of us (what, seven years? Eight? Maybe just six?)
Still, it makes me think.
But fortunately for me the city is full of fun youngsters like Michelle
To sit on skier blankets with.
Collin, the MVP of the Class of 2006, caught pondering a tree and his place in the world.
But then he challenged '03's Lexia to a battle of strength and wits.
Later, the afterparty at Schiller's. More pensivity.