Jerry and I get around. In 2011, we moved from the USA to Spain. We now live near Málaga. Jerry y yo nos movemos. En 2011, nos mudamos de EEUU a España. Ahora vivimos cerca de Málaga.
So Last Year / Tan El Año Pasado
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HERE’S ONE LAST look at Fuengirola Fashion 2019. I wonder what 2020 has in store. The top shot was taken along the paseo one day in summer. The trash was picked up a few minutes later. So was the divan. I don’t know what happened to the man on the divan; I haven’t seen him since.
AQUÍ HAY UN último vistazo a Fuengirola Fashion 2019. Me pregunto qué traerá 2020. La foto principal fue tomada a lo largo del Paseo un día en verano. La basura fue recogida unos minutos más tarde. Así fue el diván. No sé qué le pasó al hombre del diván; no lo he visto desde entonces.
From Brooklyn, New York; to North Massapequa; back to Brooklyn; Brockport, New York; back to Brooklyn... To Boston, Massachusetts, where I met Jerry... To Marina del Rey, California; Washington, DC; New Haven and Guilford, Connecticut; San Diego, San Francisco, Palm Springs, and Santa Barbara, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Irvine, California; Sevilla, Spain. And Fuengirola, Málaga..
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26 thoughts on “So Last Year / Tan El Año Pasado”
One thing for sure – it can only improve 😜😉
Or get even worst!
I expect worse. And I enjoy it!
Oh, I don’t know about that. Unless you call me having more photos to share an improvement!
I forecast another colorful year.
I do, too.
oy vey! HNY mitchell & jerry & kitties!
Wishing you the same. I hope to share a lot more fashion this year!
I think it’ll get better, shorter, more colorful, more mismatched and more fun!
I think and hope you’re right. We need things to keep us smiling!
I predict glittery, multicolored fanny packs, fannies optional. I was taking my first sip of coffee when I read your money belt/bra comment. I now have a burnt tongue, thank you very much 🙂
The glitter is already here! I’m so sorry about the tongue. It was in fact a fanny pack/bum bag, but he could have made good use of a bra.
If I saw that divan on the street, I’d sit on it too! Getting up might be another matter though. I’d need your assistance probably!
If that divan had been free, I doubt I would have sat on it… having no idea where it had been. But I suppose the vinyl cut down on communicable diseases.
Oh Mitchell…you shouldn’t have pleasured us with such fashion. And no crocs in one picture…they must be slipping…….
Hope you boys had a nice new year!
Crocs don’t seem to be as popular as they once were — although I still see them here and there. New Year’s Eve was quiet. We ate our 12 grapes per tradition.
Oh My Goodness. . . you are on an alien planet that has several dimensions you seem to pick this one and like (?) it.
I’d LOVE to be in a parallel universe right about now!
Whatever 2020 brings you have got to find out the reason for one pant leg shorter.
I’ll give it a shot one of these days. No one I see ever seems to be very approachable… or they look like they’d be offended.
The gentleman with the (hopefully) money belt needs to have a rethink about leaving the house. The last 3 women look possibly like the one and the same, that or sisters?
The last three are the same women at different times. The guy with the money belt was extremely exposed from front and side!
That guy on the divan. It’s apparently warm enough to wear shorts but cold enough to wrap his head in–well, I don’t know what it’s wrapped in but I don’t see his face.
It was a very strange look. At first I thought it was fake, but then there were the legs and hands.
I am all for color but not when it makes one look like a Columbine
But I suppose there are worse things to look like than a columbine.