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Why I am always at the art supply store??? Well, I guess I am an artist. I went again today. I escaped only paying $11.50 which was a small miracle. I had also been the day before. Many visits to the art supply store is expected; I am restarting my art shop on etsy and … Continue reading Why I am always at the art supply store???
Haiti Cultural Exchange invites you to celebrate Haiti’s Independence on January 1, 2017, with Soup Joumou and “[her] Story,” an art exhibition by three women artists and story-tellers: Nathalie Jolivert, Monique Serres, and Mahalia Stines. The event will take place from 6:00 to 10:00pm at La Caye Restaurant, 35 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. For … Continue reading Haiti Cultural Exchange: Ayiti Toma and [her] Story — Repeating Islands
Nicholas Forrest writes about “Frida Kahlo at The Dali,” Florida’s first solo exhibition dedicated to the work of Frida Kahlo. On show at The Dali Museum until April 17, 2017, the exhibition brings together more than 60 works by the Mexican painter, including 15 paintings, seven drawings, as well as more than 45 of her […] … Continue reading The Frida Kahlo Phenomenon at the Dali Museum, Florida — Repeating Islands
An open letter to BestFriends.org!
Best friends is an animal welfare society that to helped pioneer the no-kill movement. They help homeless pets around the country by supporting no kill initiatives, spay and neuter programs and rescue organizations among other things. Check them out at BestFriends.org
First things first they have the best Tagline ever! Seriously ever ever ever. “SAVE THEM ALL”.
We are getting our Not For Profit going and raising
money for boring annoying things needed to run this organization. As we get our toes wet in social media a river of messages come streaming in, pleading to save animals lives. We know the gravity of the problem, millions of animals dying needlessly in shelters. To see their sweet furry faces begging for their lives was to breaking us. The thought entered our minds that we are just…
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I never thought I would write this blog when my son was born he was very light skinned. I was disappointed that he didn’t look like me. My 80 year old mother was delighted. She called him her little white boy. I was horrified and embarrassed. I prayed no one would hear her calling him … Continue reading Granny’s Lil’ White Boy
Well I have been half assed getting back into shape. I bought a bike with visions of daily early morning bike rides. I wasn't working out, partly due to me, partly due to the almost constant rain we have been having in south florida, and the 90 plus degree heat. My plans to bike my … Continue reading Journal 7-11-14 The begining