Winter Inspiration

My least favorite season was winter. There’s no escaping the cold and then the snow…the snow turns a 3 hour train ride into a 6 hour nightmare. It messes up roads. It turns sidewalks into ice slides. But, the snow is starting to grow on me. Until this year, I Read more…

A Bookish Snow Day

So NYC is buckling down for a record breaking blizzard. I’m a bit tired of these once-in-a-lifetime storms.  Anyway, Snowmageddon is upon us. Time for hot chocolate with lots of marshmallows, my tablet and a good book. Okay, food and water too. Here are my fav books for a day Read more…

Inspiration Marches In NYC

“Protesters streamed out of New York City’s Washington Square Park on Saturday to protest the killings of unarmed black people by police officers, as part of the “Millions March NYC.” (Huffington Post) I usually don’t get useful information from the morning news. If it hadn’t been on in the background, Read more…

Ferguson Comes to NYC

It’s tragic an unarmed 18-year-old had to be killed before people became enraged about cops unnecessary use of force when it comes to POC–especially black men. I’ve always been terrified of cops. When I see them in a train station with guns strapped to the hips or worse, rifles across Read more…

Hurricane Sandy

Planned on this post being a movie review then Frankenstorm descended on the East Coast. Following and experiencing Sandy, all I could think was this is like some SyFy B movie. Stuff like this just doesn’t happen in NY. The city that never sleeps is pretty much shut down. Many Read more…