Amanda and I went for a brief walk in the afternoon because the weather was so beautiful. Bright blue sky, green grass, trees turning green-to-yellow, brick buildings -- a touch warm for real autumn, but still good. I'm sad that we had an over-extended summer followed by a lot of rain and missed out on autumn.
I turned around a little after 4 and the light was soft yellow, streaming in on the walls and also lighting up the trees (whose leaves are already yellow). It's a really nice view out that window -- hills, trees, grass, brick building.
Walking across the bridge to go home I saw one crew boat emerge from under the bridge and slice through the water which looked dark green&blue. (Usually there are many boats -- and/or we're having weather -- so a single boat slicing through the calm water was unusual.)
Walking home from the train the nice lady on Hoyle whom I frequently see between home and train gave me candy.
The flist-as-Halloween-party-guests Hallomeme mostly bores me, but it did give me one too perfect not to post:
ladyvivien dressed as Counselor Troi from "Star Trek".
Not nearly as good as The Shining as feel-good-movie, but I'm still impressed by West Side Story as horror movie.