Saturday, August 05, 2017

 August 1st
On The East River Ferry Boat
Friday Evening - Aug 4th
Staten Island ballpark at St George


PERSONAL NEWS #269
July 1st to 4th, I visited with the parents in upstate NY for the holiday weekend.  Took them out for dinner and breakfast; plus, help Mom with chores around the house, and trips to stores for groceries et al.

July 5th, a short work week for me, but still going to be a busy one with training, and assisting my new boss before he heads to another conference.  After work, I had a physical therapy session for my ankle and foot.

July 6th, met up with my TGTSNBN friend, Irvin, for lunch in the Wall Street area.  He works now on Broad Street.  After work, I attended the monthly BFP board meeting at the office on Atlantic Avenue.

July 7th, after work, I headed up to West 52nd Street to attend the “Summer Dark” event at the Oasis Community Gardens, as my friend Teel James Glenn was read from his assorted works.

July 8th, after my private yoga class with Fabrice at the apt; I took care of errands, chores and laundry.

July 9th, I got a much-needed manicure, and then a tasty dinner at The Jungle Café.

July 10th, after work I took the 5:18pm East River ferry boat to my hood from the Wall Street pier.

July 11th, after work I did abit of shopping at Dress Barn and then head to Atlantic Ave in Brooklyn for the free herbal class at Radicle herb shop.  Fascinating and informative.

July 13th, after work, I jumped on the BFP fundraising committee conference call regarding our upcoming work for the Pathmakers to Peace event.

July 14th, after work, I had a much-needed chiropractor session, and learned that my lung doctor had passed away the week before.

July 15th, after my cleaning lady took care of my apt, I had a private yoga class with Fabrice at the apt.  Later, in the evening, I joined friends of mine for a walk around the hood and then a chat in their back-yard garden.

July 17th, after work I took the 5:43pm East River ferry boat to my hood from the Wall Street pier.

July 18th, after work, I attended a Buddhist Soka Gakkai meeting in my hood to chant, hear stories and become a member of the SGI organization.  An interesting, informative and enlightened evening.

July 19th, after work, I headed up to the NYU College of Dentistry to have a temp crown replaced, plus discuss the last phase of 1.5 years of dental work.

July 20th, after work, I had a physical therapy session for my ankle and foot.

July 23rd, after getting a much-needed manicure, I headed into Manhattan to meet up with my friend Mary for lunch and theater.  We had a quick lunch at a diner before going to see the delightfully funny off-Broadway play called PUFFS.  It’s about the Harry Potter world at Hogwarts, but from the point of view of the Hufflepuff’s.

July 24th, after work, I had a much-needed therapy session with my chiropractor.

July 25th, after work, I had a physical therapy session for my ankle and foot.

July 26th, after work, I headed to the BFP office on Atlantic Avenue for training on the PowerBase setup.

July 27th, after work, I jumped on the BFP Arts & Culture committee conference call.

July 28th, that evening I had a nice dinner out with my friend Larry and we went to a Thai place called SongKran.

July 29th, I had a private yoga class with Fabrice at the apt, and afterwards did many chores / errands.

July 30th, after strolling through the Union Square arts and crafts vendors event, I headed to the Buddhist SGI-USA center on East 15th Street to meet up with Rhonda.  I purchased some items in the shop to assist with my meditations and Buddhist learning.

July 31st, after work, I joined some friends at the delightful little British restaurant called Tea & Sympathy in Greenwich Village to celebrate Harry Potters 37th birthday.  It is also the 51st birthday of the HP author, JK Rowling.  Good food and fun conversation.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Views Along the East River
During Ferry Boat Ride Home
July 17th

Sunday, July 09, 2017

  Waterlogue by Tinpocket [PC app]
Turns Photos into Watercolor Paintings
Sampling of my  latest Transformations




Sunday, July 02, 2017

PERSONAL NEWS #268
June 1st, I had a private yoga class with Fabrice at the apt in the morning.  That afternoon I joined my friend Liz and others at Bryant Park for the weekly tea party.  The weather was a lovely, sunny Spring day and it was so enjoyable in the park sipping tea.  Afterwards, I headed over to my old job to see my friend Nancy and chat for an hour.  Then off to the terrific Highline in Chelsea for a leisurely stroll and take photos.  Back in my hood I had a delicious dinner at The Jungle Café before heading home.

June 3rd, I headed into Manhattan, around Lincoln Center, to attend the 41st annual American Crafts Festival.  Not as many vendors / artisans as in past years, and despite that, there was a lovely selection to view.  I did purchase one item for a small price, and while there my friend Sheila called me.  Afterwards, I headed up to West 68th Street for a delicious late lunch at Nanoosh.

June 4th, I had a private yoga class with Fabrice at the apt in the morning.  Spent some time at Starbucks utilizing their free WiFi, so that I can do more job hunting.

June 5th, I had a physical therapy session in the morning for my ankle / foot.  Afterwards, I utilized the free WiFi at Starbucks in my hood for an hour.  Plus, the free WiFi at The Jungle Café while I noshed on a delicious lunch.  Had a call / interview with agency, HumanEdge, about possible EA positions.  Received some calls about upcoming EA job interviews for remainder of this week.

June 6th, after doing job hunting online in the morning, I headed down to Atlantic Avenue, and the new BFP office to assist with unpacking/organizing.  Then to The Jungle Café for a delicious vegan dinner and to utilize their free WiFi for more job hunting.

June 7th, meeting with my counselor at NY Dept of Labor regarding updating my resume and cover letter for job hunting.  Very productive and informative meeting.  Headed into Manhattan to do volunteer computer work at the WCW office.  Then on over to the Strand bookstore and then up to Grammercy Theater for the Mike McCready [Pearl Jam guitarist] book signing event.  Great evening!  Got to meet Mike, chat for a few minutes and he graciously signed my book.  Then home to relax.

June 8th, I had two interview calls in the morning that didn’t go so well.  But the in-person interview down on Wall Street went very well in the afternoon.  Afterwards, I headed to Park Slope in Brooklyn, to help out with the BFP Supporter Appreciation event at a member’s home.  It was a successful event, well attended, and great food by Mukti’s Kitchen.

June 9th, after I had my private yoga class with Fabrice at the apt in the morning, I headed to the BFP office on Atlantic Avenue to assist with computer work.  Afterwards, I headed into Manhattan, and the upper westside, to enjoy a delicious vegan dinner with friends at Candle Café West.  Went back to their apt to meet their rescue doggie, the delightful Pookie, and then headed home.  Many thanks to Pete and Nadine for the CD called “The Road Home” and several pairs of socks.

June 10th, I joined my friend Dennis at the Central Park zoo, as he had free admission.  Weather is warmer and sunny with lots of people out in the park enjoying it.  Afterwards, we headed down to the “Friends of Tolkien” meetup to enjoy dinner and watch the 1978 Bakshi animated film of LOTR.

June 11th, I had my private yoga class with Fabrice at the apt in the morning.

June 13th, I had two phone calls with temp agencies this afternoon.

June 14th, I had an in-person interview on Park Avenue and it went very well in the early afternoon for a 4-month temp assignment.  Afterwards, I headed back to Brooklyn and Atlantic Avenue to do volunteer work on the computer at BFP office.

June 15th, after an interesting call / interview with another agency, I went to get a much-needed manicure.  Afterward, I had a light lunch at The Jungle Café before heading into Manhattan, and joining my friend Liz for the weekly tea party in Bryant Park.  She was there with her sons and friends.  It was an enjoyable few hours of tea, goodies and diverse conversations.  I then headed to the BFP office for the monthly board members meeting, which was very productive.  Throughout the day I received about 7 to 9 calls from agencies about possible interviews.

June 16th, one of the calls from the 15th was from a new agency and they wanted an in-person interview with me this morning.  It went very well and informative.  Back home I had some lunch and answered emails before heading to the BFP office to volunteer with computer work, plus impromptu meeting regarding some upcoming committee meetings.

June 17th, after my cleaning lady finished with my apt, I had my private yoga class with Fabrice at the apt around noontime.

June 19th, after a phone call interview that went so-so and a call with an agency; I headed into Manhattan for my dental appt, which lasted three-hours.

June 20th, I had two job interviews today.  First one was in the morning and it’s a second interview at Park Avenue location.  It went very well.  While waiting for the second interview, via phone, I got a call that Mom was rushed to the hospital with troubles breathing.  Dad and his brother-in-law drove to the hospital.  Second interview, via phone, went very well with a global bank.

June 21st, I worked with my old job online / phone regarding their Benefits Express for retirement / pension.  Took up most of the morning.  Whew!  In the early afternoon, I had a phone interview with a bank and it went very well.  Afterwards I took care of chores and errands, plus made phone calls, especially with my parents.

June 22nd, I attended the newly rebooted BFP A&C committee meeting, and we accomplished quite abit during the 1.5-hour session.

June 23rd, after my physical therapy session for ankle/foot; I received a phone call from a company I had interviewed with two weeks ago.  They made me an offer and I happily accepted.  I start new job as EA on Tuesday, June 27th.  Today marked 2 months since I last worked and I am so relieved to have a new job lined up.

June 24th, after my private yoga class with Fabrice at the apt, I did grocery shopping, and then my friend Cielito showed up for the weekend to visit.  Before heading into Manhattan, she treated me to a delicious dinner at The Jungle Café.  Headed to Central Park on a lovely Summer day to watch NYC at its groovy self.  Bongo players, peeps roller skating to disco music and the SummerStage fest that is a free event.  The bands and musicians were from Portugal.  Music was uber kewl and groovy.

June 25th, I volunteered with BFP at their tabling during the annual Smith Street Fair.

June 26th, after an emergency dental appt to re-cement a temp crown that had fallen out, I headed down to my new job for 2-hours of paperwork and meeting some of the office staff.  Felt good vibes from it all and excited about my first day on Tuesday [9am to 5pm].

June 27th, my first full day of work at new job as EA to the Executive Director.  Working with his current EA, as she transitions out and I transition into the role.  Started training on the numerous duties I will be undertaking as the new EA.  Lunched at one of my ole haunts from the Water Street temp days.  After work, I did some window shopping at Dress Barn before heading to my physical therapy session for ankle and foot.

June 28th, another full day of work at my new job as EA down on Wall Street.  Still training on the transitioning of the role.  During lunch, I enjoyed the sunshine and my tasty lunch at a small park near Water Street.  After work, I head to the BFP office on Atlantic Avenue for the monthly fundraising committee meeting.

June 29th, another full day of work at my new job down on Wall Street and still in training for the transition.  After work I headed up to Union Square to attend the “Intro to Buddhism” at the SGI center.  Looking to get more spiritualism into my life and be part of the Buddhist community.

June 30th, after a productive first week of work at new job, I took the East River ferry boat from Wall Street back to my hood.  Headed to The Jungle Café for a tasty lunch on this sunny, but humid day in NYC.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

 Waterlogue by Tinpocket [PC app]
Turns Photos into Watercolor Paintings
Sampling of my Transformations



Wednesday, May 31, 2017

PERSONAL NEWS #267
May 1st, I had an interview with Morgan Stanley for an EA position that is temp-to-hire.  Interview went well.  Afterwards I headed to my old office in Times Square to meet up with a friend and ex-coworker.  We caught up on news and she printed up the latest version of my resume.  Back at the apt I went online to do job hunting and in the afternoon had an interview / call with a new agency.

May 2nd, I had an interview / meeting with another agency early in the afternoon.  Afterwards, I headed over to the WCW headquarters to do some volunteering with office projects.  Also, learned I have a second in-person interview with Morgan Stanley on the 8th.  And wrapped up the day with a message from a good friend that an ex-boyfriend from the 1990s passed away this morning from pneumonia.

May 3rd, I had a private yoga class this morning with Fabrice at the apt.  Afterwards, I did more job hunting online and also applied for unemployment.

May 4th, joined my peace activist friend, Liz Gannon, and her friends in Bryant Park this afternoon for tea, goodies, networking and conversation.  Later on, I attended the monthly BFP board meeting.

May 5th, I had a much-needed foot doctor appt in the morning and dealing with fungus on three of my toes. Afterwards, I had tea and oatmeal at a café before heading uptown to do volunteer work with WCW.  Weather is raining heavily, windy and cool.

May 6th, after my cleaning lady, Dana, took care of my apt, I had a private yoga class with Fabrice.  Then took care of many errands and chores.

May 7th, I had friends over for a small, intimate dinner party.  I had a few delicious vegan entrees catered from The Jungle Café.  My friends brought over dessert, veggie salad and a tasty fruit salad.  Good time was had by all.

May 8th, I had a second interview with Morgan Stanley at a different location and it went very well.  Afterwards, I had a late lunch at Wasabi before heading back to Brooklyn for my lung doctor appt.

May 9th, after taking care of job hunting, errands, laundry, grocery shopping and chores I headed to the monthly BFP fundraising committee meeting.

May 10th, I had a private yoga class with Fabrice at my apt, and afterwards headed into Manhattan for GCS.  Took Metro North to the NY Botanical Gardens and met up with my friend Dennis.  Walked around the gardens for most of the afternoon, as well as see the wonderful Chihuly glass art exhibit.  Afterwards, we had dinner with a friend of ours in Yonkers.

May 11th, I had an interview with NY Life and it went very well.  Back at home worked on job hunting online, plus assorted BFP committee projects before heading into Manhattan for physical therapy appt.

May 13th, I had a much-needed chiropractor appt for adjustments / therapy.

May 14th, I had a much-needed manicure after doing some chores around the apt.

May 15th, I had a private yoga class with Fabrice at my apt, and afterwards headed into Manhattan for a dental appt.  Got four of the eight temporary crowns replaced with permanent ones.

May 16th, after job hunting online in the morning, I headed into Manhattan and the upper eastside to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Checked out several exhibits; especially the wonderful roof garden with its exhibit of sculptures and statues.  Afterwards, I headed downtown to my physical therapy session for my ankle / foot.

May 17th, I had a call with a new agency in the morning, and a job interview / call in the afternoon with a securities firm.  Both calls went very well.

May 18th, I had a private yoga class with Fabrice at my apt, and afterwards a call with another agency.  Missed a Skype interview for a job due to that software on my laptop not working.  I tried everything to get it to work and upset about missing out on an interview.  After that disaster, I headed into Manhattan to visit with ex-co-workers at my old job in Times Square.  Then strolled over to Bryant Park for tea, muffins and diverse conversation with friends.  That was very enjoyable!  In the evening, I participated in a webinar online on how to land a job.  Very informative.

May 20th, I had a much needed 30-minute massage therapy appt today, and thankful I have insurance to pay for it.

May 21st, it is street fair season in New York City and Brooklyn for Peace will be tabling at many of them. Volunteered with Brooklyn for Peace today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Park Slope on 5th Avenue. Many thanks to Molly, Sam, Charlotte, Melissa and Monroe.  Afterwards, I finally saw Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 movie and enjoyed it a lot. Saw the movie with my friends Wendy, Deborah​​ and Margaret​​. Afterwards we had a wonderful meal at PeaceFood Cafe.

May 22nd, After I had a private yoga class with Fabrice at my apt, I headed into Manhattan for an appt with a new agency about a temp job downtown.  That interview with the agency went very well.  Then I headed over to the NY Public Library on 5th Avenue to check up on workshops and see two exhibits for free.

May 23rd, I visited with my good friend Katherine in CT for the afternoon.  We hadn’t seen each other in months, so had much to catch up on, plus I took her out for a belated birthday lunch.  We exchanged holiday gifties and did some shopping at a fabric store.

May 24th, I met up with another temp / permanent agency this morning and it went well.  Spent some time at Starbucks with a cup of tea and scone before heading downtown for my 3pm job interview.  That job interview for a temp position went very well  J

May 25th, I had a call with the Lucas Group agency this morning to prep for my interview in the afternoon.  That interview for a permanent EA position went very well.  Back in my hood I got a much-needed manicure before heading home.

May 26th, I headed into Manhattan in the morning for a second interview with a security firm near City Hall.  That interview went very well.  Afterwards, I headed home to do some shopping for the holiday weekend, and I had a private yoga class with Fabrice at my apt.

May 27th to May 30th, I spent the long holiday weekend in upstate NY with the parents.  Took them out to dinner and breakfast.  Friends of ours visited on Sunday.  Worked on an Excel spreadsheet with info on my assorted job hunting.  Did some shopping, watch cable TV and got my hair done at the salon.

May 31st, I had an appt with NY Dept of Labor in the morning for orientation and they provided resources for job hunting.  In the afternoon I had an appt with another agency regarding permanent work.

Friday, May 19, 2017

 Roof Garden Exhibit
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Tuesday, May 16th



Saturday, May 13, 2017

 NY Botanical Gardens
Flowers, Blossoms and Nature
Wednesday, May 10th







 NY Botanical Gardens
Wildlife on View
Wednesday, May 10th


 NY Botanical Gardens
Chihuly Glass Exhibit
Wednesday, May 10th



Sunday, April 30, 2017

 Chillin at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens
Sunday, April 30th




PERSONAL NEWS #266
April 1st, I took care of many errands and chores around the neighborhood.  Picked up a framed print I had done for the kitchen and it looks great.

April 2nd, due to “tax season” I had to work 5 hours at the office from 10am to 3pm.  [Paid overtime, oh yeah!]  Afterwards, since it was such a lovely day, I took the East River ferry boat ride home to my neighborhood.

April 3rd to 7th, damn “tax season” is really kicking into overdrive.  It is resulting in stress, aggravation and paid overtime.

April 8th, after Dana finished cleaning my apt, I had a good private yoga session with Fabrice and gave him a raise in fee.  Took care of errands, chores and laundry before doing job hunting on the internet.

April 9th, I had to work paid overtime at the office from 10am to 3:30pm due to tax season.  Missed the ferry boat at the pier, so took office paid car service home to my hood.

April 10th to 12th, damn “tax season” is still kicking it into overdrive these three days at the office.  Way too much stress, aggravation and paid overtime.  I am so done with this “job assignment” and counting down the days to the end of it.

April 13th, office life has slowed down abit, and very thankful for that.  Had a call / interview with an agency during my lunch hour.  I updated the resume last week and been farming it out to agencies and prospective jobs for EA.

April 14th, another slow day at the office, and another call / interview with an agency during my lunch hour.

April 16th, it was a beautiful, warm, sunny Easter Sunday in NYC.  I headed to the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens at 1pm and then joined a friend for tea/dessert at Cocoa Bar in Park Slope afterwards.

April 17th, a busy day at the office during the final days of “tax season”.  Worked 3 hours’ overtime and took car service home.  I am so done with this dead-end temp job.

April 18th, I had a call / interview with another agency during my lunch hour.

April 19th, slow day at the office, and a call / interview with another agency during my lunch hour.

April 20th, after work I had over to the BFP headquarters to assist with phone banking during our fundraising drive for the organization.

April 21st, last day at the temp job and left around 5pmish.  Took the East River ferry boat to my hood.

April 22nd to 25th, I visited with the parents in upstate NY.  Helped them out with yard work, laundry, grocery shopping and took them out for breakfast several times.  Got to see my brother and sister-in-law, plus get my hair done at salon.

April 26th, I had an appt in the morning with a new “temp” agency down in lower Manhattan.  Went well and have an interview lined up for a temp position next week on Monday.  Afterwards, I headed uptown to meet up with an ex-coworker for a light lunch and conversation.  Then headed back to my hood for a much-needed manicure, early dinner at Jungle Café, check out The Box House Hotel and a new apt bldg on Box Street before doing some grocery shopping.

April 27th, I had two job interviews today.  One for an actual job and the other with an agency.  Both went very well.  I also stopped by my old office in Times Square to see an ex-coworker and get some of my updated resume printed out.  After the interviews, I headed back to my hood for a late lunch at The Jungle Café.  Delicious vegan food!

April 28th, I had two much needed doctor appts today … chiropractor and lung specialist … then back to my hood for a delicious vegan meal at The Jungle Café before heading home to do laundry.

April 30th, I had a good private yoga session with Fabrice at the apt, and afterwards I headed down to the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens to join a friend.  All the trees were in bloom with fragrant blossoms and the Lilacs were still out.  It was a cool, windy day and the gardens were crowded with people.  Picked up some lovely goodies from the gift shop and then back to friends apt for a light meal.

Monday, April 17, 2017

 Easter Sunday
Brooklyn Botanical Gardens


April 15, 2017
Commentary by M.Weinstein / BFP

In hundreds of demonstrations across this mighty country, Americans, by the tens of thousands, marched on Tax Day to demand that the only President in decades who has refused to show his taxes, do so now as they ask: "What are you hiding from us, Donald Trump?"

In NYC, tens of thousands gathered at Bryant Park in midtown Manhattan and the streets echoed to the cries of "Show us your Taxes! What are you hiding" as speaker after speaker heaped scorn on Trump's claim that Americans are "not interested" or "don't care" about his tax returns.

After speeches the marchers headed up Sixth Avenue in an hours-long parade. The march ended at that blot on the NYC skyline, Trump Tower. Never in all my years of protests against the Vietnam war and the Iraq war, with the administrations of Regan and Bush, have I witnessed such universal disdain and scorn for a President and certainly not this early in their administration.

With increasing hints of subversion of our electoral process and amazement at the open corruption and conflicts of interest of his appointments to high offices of fellow billionaires and scoundrels, it's no wonder that increasing numbers of Americans are looking at the President with increasing dislike and repulsion.

This was a peaceful and friendly outpouring of every-day patriotic Americans who seem to be saying "we want our country back. The sooner you leave, the better, Donald Trump!"

Monday, April 10, 2017

 Planting Flowers
Down on Water Street
 Waiting for the
East River Ferry
View of Brooklyn Bridge
From the East River Ferry
Looking at the Harbor
from the Office Window

Saturday, April 01, 2017

BFP 4th Annual Happy Hour
The Brazen Head Pub
Tuesday - March 28th

PERSONAL NEWS #265
March 1st, Ash Wednesday and the first day of Lent.  I gave up my usual for Lent … Chocolate.

March 2nd, I had a physical therapy session after work for my ankle and foot, then once home I jumped on the meeting/call for BFP board members.

March 3rd, watched another terrific new episode of Sleepy Hollow on TV.

March 5th, I had a private yoga class at apt with Fabrice.  Afterwards I did some laundry, watched a movie on DVD [ie: The Theory of Everything], phone calls and then issues with my lungs.  Took the last of my meds to avert an ER crisis.

March 6th, I called in sick to work, so that I could rest up from my health situation, and then an appt with my lung specialist.  Got the meds refilled, along with my inhaler.

March 7th, after work I jumped on a conference call for BFP Fundraising committee meeting.

March 10th, I watched another terrific new episode of Sleepy Hollow on TV.

March 11th, I had another minor lung issue, and thankful I had meds, plus I cancelled all commitments over the weekend to rest up.

March 13th, worked at the office until 8pm, as our place would be closed on Tuesday due to the Nor’easter.

March 14th, snow day from work due to the inclement weather.

March 16th, I had a physical therapy session after work for my ankle and foot.

March 17th, I watched another amazing new episode of Sleepy Hollow on TV.

March 18th, after my cleaning lady took care of the apt, I had a private yoga class at apt with Fabrice.  Then off to do errands around the hood, along with laundry, and organizing the apt.

March 19th, after my private yoga class at apt with Fabrice, I headed into Manhattan to meet with a friend to see the film “Beauty and the Beast”.

March 20th, had to work abit of OT at the office, as it is gearing up for the big tax season.

March 23rd, I had a physical therapy session after work for my ankle and foot.

March 24th, after some OT at the office for tax season, I got home in time to watched another amazing new episode of Sleepy Hollow on TV.

March 25th, I attended the annual Tolkien Reading Day with other friends at the Jefferson Market library in Greenwich Village.  Lots of great readings by those who attended and I even gave a few short readings.  Afterwards a few of us went to Sammie’s Noodle Shop for dinner and conversation.

March 26th, I had a private yoga class with Fabrice at my apt in the morning.  In the evening, I joined my friends Wendy and Debbie for dinner and conversation at the wonderful PeaceFood Café near University Place.

March 28th, after work, I attended the 4th annual “Happy Hour” event held at The Brazen Head Pub and hosted by A&C BFP committee.  Nicely attended and very enjoyable.

March 29th & 30th, worked a lot of paid OT at the office due to Tax Season kicking into overdrive.

March 31st, watched a great season finale of my beloved tv show “Sleepy Hollow”.

Friday, March 17, 2017

POLITICAL NOTE: The ravages to our beloved country are like a terminal cancer and this one runs deep. Sadly, it has been building for decades. It's not just the current POTUS and his evil cabinet; but all the others who cater to the 1%, corporations, military etc. There really is hope, stop blaming others and lets get things done. "We The People" need to come together and not be divided. "They" hate a united, educated, questioning people and will continue the "smoke and mirrors" BS to divide us. Don't let them divert you. Stay focused and strong! {{P.S. There are those who will disagree with me or spew hate. Don't give in to hate or to "them". Unite with us in love, peace, compassion, empathy, helping humanity and our beloved country ... our beloved planet. Rise and be one!!}}

Thursday, March 16, 2017

 NY Botanical Garden
Orchid Show
February 2017