Start the day thinking of new possibilities regardless of the obstacles.
Taking time today to celebrate the life of Christine Tucker who lived a full life just shy of her 101st birthday. She had an open heart and was always willing to help anyone in need, even if it was at her expense. She had 9 children, helped to raise her stepdaughter and was a widow… Continue reading Know That You Were Loved By Many
Dolce and Gabbana make us happy, especially with this brightly colored and patterned collection. You can’t help but smile.
Bring color and a some sunshine in your day.
Rag Face series from Korean artist Yoon Ji Seon, photograph with machine stitching. The photographs give you a glimpse into the artist through her eyes while the threads take on a painterly brush stroke quality. The pieces are reminiscence of Korean and African masks. The series speaks to the pervasiveness of plastic surgery in South… Continue reading Art
Never tired of admiring the sculpture Love, by Robert Indiana on West 55th Street in New York City. What’s rare is being able to take a picture without tourists around.
Bryant Park Summer Film Festival winding down for this year features classic films with a Warner Brothers cartoon shown first. Movie goers are encouraged to bring a blanket to sit on the lawn while enjoying good food and a movie with friends. You can’t see stars in New York City because of the lights from the… Continue reading In The Absence Of Stars The Checkered Lights Of Skyscrapers