New York City. A home for forward thinking, love, acceptance, and diversity (among other things, like garbage stink in the hot summer months). I was genuinely proud when I saw the Empire State Building shine like a beacon for equality last night.
Imagine my surprise! See more and follow me on Instagram, wouldja?
A couple of paint brushes I have in my office that I shot on top of my light box. I love the way they look unpainted which sadly keeps me from actually using them sometimes… until now.
I’m still having a great time working on my Out the bus Window project. Have you seen it?
I love being home. I love taking care of where I live. I love going out and getting rowdy and then coming back to home. I love that home is somewhere I can always come back to, somewhere I can hide, and somewhere I can relax.
As with any love affair, I’ve started to document it with these simple photos. Follow my instagram if you want to see more!
What do you love about your home? Have you appreciated your space today?
Tuesday’s are free at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and I try to get out there whenever possible. I used to live a short walk from there and got my fix on the reg. Now it’s a subway trip away and I miss having them so close.
The cherry blossoms aren’t all in bloom yet, but I managed to find a few (among other blooms!). Happy spring!
I’m really excited to share with you my latest work in progress: Out the Bus Window. All photos here were taken with my phone (samsung sIII) from an NYC MTA bus window.
It’s been a long time since I had a creative project that genuinely made me smile and feel excited. In fact, part of me is bummed I don’t have to go to work today and so I don’t have to get on the bus.
Oh well, that leaves more time for my other crazy project I haven’t told you about… getting in shape. But that’s for another day.