Tuesday, December 2, 2008

No Ticket Required

As I was walking to the bus last night, I spied a young family checking out the Macy's Christmas window display. It was a couple and a little girl casually strolling around the building.

I couldn't hear what the little girl was saying, but she was chattering in a high-pitched voiced a mile a minute. Maybe 5 or 6, she was pointing frantically, skipping back and forth in front of each window. She would look at each of her parents individually and sometimes tap on the glass to get them to acknowledge something she had noticed in the scene. It was a delight to see.

And it occurred to me that I hadn't continued to share photos from the display that I'd promised back with the first window. So, here are some shots from Window 2.








4 comments:

Ann said...

Man this makes me want to time travel! I want to go back in time and live in that era...and a bunch of others too...

Vicki said...

Wow, that really is detailed work. Your story of the girl reminds me of A Christmas Story when they're staring at the window scene with the bb gun.

NV said...

Ann -- I would so love to hang out in those times ... but not for long. I'd like it even better if I could bring some stuff back with me.

V -- Yeah! Exactly. That's why I think it's so neat they're doing this again.

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