Chances are, if you’re reading this, then you already KNOW where I live: ONLINE, most of the time. Even when I’m out and about I’m usually still connected, in more ways than one. It’s my neighborhood. It’s the people I familiarize with and the things that we do therein, everyday. It’s great.
I’m rarely bored in my neighborhood and while all of us live somewhere with some level of awesomeness, I’m sure — I wanted to share a piece of my neighborhood with you this morning. You know I’m an artsy girl, so let’s start this week out in the ARTS DISTRICT:
I may reside in Arizona, but I find that New York has the most awesome museums. I haven’t travelled the world over, but even in the key places that I have hit, all that I have mingled with hail NY as an arts mecca.
Exhibits open and exhibits close –
todays showcases go blow-for-blow.
The first one opened several years ago and has since closed,
But in my neighborhood — it always has open doe’s [doors]:
Then there’s that awesome exhibit that opened last month –
the Metropolitain Museum hosted an artistic slam dunk.
It was the CUBISM exhibit – crafted in sweat, love and no whim.
The work of Braque, Gris, Picasso and Leger; the existence bears no dim:
In my neighborhood, (that is most limitless), I can go anywhere I want to.
I wake up early, rarely in a hurry and do what I want to do.
4am is my preferred time to get up and roam the “www” streets.
Regardless the hour, there’s a strong social power – there’s no telling who I might meet.
My neighborhood is rich. If it’s conversation that you’re seeking,
I’ve more than a few friends who are dimensionally blog speaking:
- Don Charisma
- Nine Cent Girl
- Cupcake Chique
- You’ve Been Hooked – from the eyes of the hotel bellman
- Bella Grove
Neither of my neighobrs are on a ‘news headline’ roll,
most are on beauty, improvement and mundane control.
My neighborhood is rich and our outlook is strong.
Stop and smell the roses – don’t ‘do rut‘ too long.
This is the first Monday of 2015, I’m up and happy about it.
My neigborhood is rich … I’m a literary stitch
It would be weird if I didn’t type it or shout it.
Rise and shine babies. There’s so much to do!
Welcome to 2015 – There’s new opportunity for you!
…in my neighborhood.
and it’s all to-the-good.