the life of a weather wimp

We New Yorkers may be resilient but I can’t bring myself to go outside. The weather report claims 17 degrees and sunny but every post on social media has a negative sign next to their numbers. Brrrrr. Yesterday when I woke up and looked out the window there was zero visibility. I instantly remembered theContinue reading “the life of a weather wimp”

Tourist Day: peace in the city

Tonight CC and I attended a member’s reception at The Rubin Museum of Art. The Rubin presents contemporary exhibits that “emphasize cross-cultural connections” with the art and ideas of the Himalayas and surrounding Asian cultures. I was first introduced to the museum by Lulu when we attended a Mirror Meditation seminar last fall. The session includedContinue reading “Tourist Day: peace in the city”

a scene like any other

waiting for Kashmalisounds like the title of a book, likewaiting for Godotonly less cryptic. waiting at OST Cafeon the corner of 12th & AFrench doors open wide, piano keys tinklethe rain a misty haze between the patrons and the street the clouds swiftly cross the skyas if the gods are forcing themacross the global divide.IContinue reading “a scene like any other”