It’s wonderful to have such beautiful sites right outside one’s door.
We love Old City.
Marie Colvin reminded us that we are living in a comfortable bubble. She brought pictures and stories into our living rooms that would make us uncomfortable. We should wake up and acknowledge what war does to us all.
She was/is a hero.
Enjoying a latte early on a Sunday morning.
A quiet walk down empty streets. The sun streaming through the leafless trees. Only my neighbors walking their dogs and enjoying a tourist free zone — for at least a little while. Then retreating to our homes for a quiet time as the tourists and weekenders descend.
This week I text a pal to see if she wants to have lunch at Steven Starrs French Bistro Parc. It’s as close to sitting on a Paris street as one can get while still being in Philadelphia. I got a text back, “Ah… would love to but we’re in Paris.” With a pic. Not this one. This one is in Philadelphia.
Terrific cover of the James Brown tune It’s a Man’s World by the Residents. Love the cover and love the vid performance just as much. View it full screen. Share it.
Starting off Monday with a bit of the Rolling Stones.
Sharing a few moments with an person of great insight and awesome creativity.