Category Archives: Observations
I started my morning off with this message from DJ Rockwell: I love driving around (or rather, being driven around, because driving in NYC can be is stressful)… and you only have but one second to take a photo… no chance … Continue reading
I am going through this death/rebirth process… I see the familiar with new eyes… Living Authentically.
This weekend I mostly organized… while clearing out my phone photos, I remembered this copulation scene from late last summer, during their mating season… I’ve only seen pictures, so it is interesting to witness in the moment. I’m sure if … Continue reading
I’m so caught up in solitude with spiritual development that I still forget to stop and appreciate the beauty nearby… yes, this is life in NYC, but it can’t always be about rush rush rush… Living Authentically.
I just don’t understand how you live in NYC and not have friends of different races, ethnicities, backgrounds, and lifestyles… I don’t get it… I don’t want to get it… But, it’s not for me to get… That’s my opinion … Continue reading
aaaaaahhhh! the greys sneak in between my tight little curls salt and pepper colored hair means i’m old or is that just more bullshit i was told? is age even a real thing? companies want products sold sing, registers, sing … Continue reading
The energy emanating from thoughts is real… Last night, I said aloud: what I resist the most, is exactly what I need…… Just because I avoid looking at trigger topics, doesn’t mean issues will disappear… (Who loves to talk about money? … Continue reading
As I was doing my Reiki self-care last night, the celestial bodies beckoned, so I pulled back the curtain… Greetings, glistening Moon! Always happy to see you! But what star is shimmering so close by…? (After ascertaining that it wasn’t … Continue reading
Here’s my opinion on this wacky winter weather… God is mad at us. Ha ha! No, seriously, globally, we are creating these drastic shifts in weather patterns. (The media makes this worse trying to scare us, but that’s a whole other … Continue reading