Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Still Standing . Last Day in May . 2011

Here he is World,
the one and only
Art is My Weapon.
Iam TMNK (The Me Nobody Knows)

Please note yo MOMMA sticker
on bottom left of post he is leaning

New young Fan of NOBODY with
in his hand : )

Beautiful ocean front view of
Ft. Lauderdale Beach A1A.

AFUa HALL and Abu Xalimon
in The House!

PABLO CANO and the entire cast and crew taking
a bow, to a standing ovation.
The Seven Wonders of the Modern World @ MOCA.

Good morning World.

Hope this finds everyone in
the zone, with energy enough,
to survive the upcoming
Hurricane Season, which
officially begins tomorrow
June 1st.

As a native Miamian, I have
witnessed first hand, the devastation
of many Hurricanes in the past,
not the least of which was Andrew.

Considering the rather cataclysmic
Weather that has been happening
World Wide, I am praying our
beautiful So. Fla, will be spared.

Keeping this in mind, it makes me
more grateful than ever, for all the
wonderful developments I have
witnessed in our great City and
my home town.

Tonight I am lucky enough to have
tickets for the opening night of
HAIR @The Arsht Center,
courtesy of the lovely,
Charlie Cinnamon.

My guest for the evening is
the actor, poet extraordinaire.

I'm hopeful that the traffic
and parking will not detour
me from enjoying the evening.
Considering the Miami HEAT
Playoff Game is taking place
downtown, as well.

Recapping now, the past
couple days in my abundant,
wonderful life.

Sunday was the last 2 performances
of PABLO CANO's Seven Wonders of
the Modern World @MOCA.

I invited a slew of Friends to join
me, posting an open invitation to
anyone wanting to be my guest on

I called MOCA @12 noon, to make
sure there would be no problems
in purchasing additional tickets.

I went into high anxiety when told
sorry, both shows were SOLD OUT.

The good news is, in the end, we
were all accommodated, thank you
MOCA and it's most outstanding

The bad news was the pressure
this produced for me in getting down
there in time, to buy the additional
tickets for my guests, from the
20 being held @will call, for last
minute walk ups.

We were 13 in all that witnessed
this truly remarkable production.
Magical in every way.

The brilliant Playwright, Miami's own,
Carmen Pelaez, of RUM & COKE fame,
was in attendance. This is her second
collaboration with Pablo.
I was thrilled to meet her after the

A Fulbright Award winner, Choreographer
Katherine Kramer, did a most outstanding
job in bringing the marionettes to life,
once again in her collaboration with Pablo.

Rudi Goblen, writer, dancer and actor
was remarkable in taking on several of the
puppeteer/dancer parts in this production,
not the least of which,
was the opening with President Obama in
The House.

Other puppeteer/dancers who manipulated the
marionette's to perfection were Joanne Barrett
and Carlota Pradera.

PABLO and all took a bow to a well deserved,
standing ovation.

After congratulating one and all on this transformative
experience, I was off to my studio.

Summer Hill Seven, his lovely, significant other,
Afua Hall, a talented dancer and
choreographer and their 4 yr. old son,
Abu Xilimon, met up with me there.

We went on an adventure looking for a dining
spot on the water on the 79th Street Causeway.

We ended up @The Crab House. In spite of the
fact that this is a chain restaurant, we had a lovely
meal and enjoyed bayside dining, outside.

It was a balmy So. Fla. evening and a perfect
ending to a memorable day.

Yesterday morning @ my computer bright
and early, I see that my man, TMNK a/k/a
NOBODY, NYC Graffiti/Street Artist of
International acclaim, was here in So. Fla.

We made a plan and I picked him up @11:30 AM
at the beautiful, beach front hotel,
where he was staying in Ft. Lauderdale.

The challenge being, in getting there.
I headed east to A1A and then north up
the beach front strip, bummer to bummer
on this crazy/busy/beautiful Memorial

We proceeded to FAT Arts District in
Ft. Lauderdale.

What a revelation that was too.
Not unlike the former warehouse district
that is now Wynwood, this emerging
Artists Studio/Gallery Community is
located just north of Sunrise Blvd. and
just west of Andrews Avenue, backing
up to the railroad tracks.

Like Wynwood too, they have no set
hours of operation and it was a blind
shot that we would see anyone else
there on this holiday morning.

To our surprise we were not the only
ones out and about in this "under the
radar" location.

Our first encounter was with a lovely
young couple, out walking with their
baby boy in his stroller, admiring the
Graffiti Art that proliferates there.

NOBODY made a new friend and fan
with the little boy and proceeded in
actually meeting up with some of the
Graffiti Artists who were working on
a Wall right then and there.

Within minutes, they were hauling out
a huge ladder and there was NOBODY
scurrying up it, to leave his mark and
be part of their Wall.

Perfect, right?
What are the chances of this happening,
you might ask?
Zero to none...and there in lies
the alchemy our our outing...
that just by suiting up and
showing up, windows open.

Thank you dear Universe for
granting me these serendipitous

This is what keeps me coming
back for more.

Now NOBODY and yo MOMMA too,
have our marks immortalized in
Ft. Lauderdale.

Mission accomplished we had a
leisure ride back to his hotel
and I was on my way back home
by 2PM.

No place like home,
said Dorothy.
We can all agree on
that point, I am sure.

So now I am current in
documenting more days
in May, via my life.

With love in my heart
I am looking forward
to new adventures today.

Keep it simple.
Pass it forward.
Be the change,
you wish to see.
All things are possible.

Peace fellow travelers.

Make the most of the
blessings that await you

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Postmorteming on My Birthday Celebrations.

The stunning yellow metal dragon
belt stamped C. Ross a gift from
the Madden Brothers from their
Mother's Estate.
Be still my Heart.
The 2nd Dragon I was gifted with
this week.

Stamped Lichtenstein 1980
enamel and silver pin/pendant
with John Hardy silver earrings
also gifted to me from Toni's

"Plant the Future" amazing succulent
collection @home with new addition
in honor of my Birthday.

Precious Baby Tabitha chewing on
the rain boots I gave her for Seattle.

Tabitha talking to the pink box
I made for her with the remaining
one of a pair of S+P's in her hand,
that was a gift to me from her
now deceased,Paternal Grandmother,
Toni Rittmaster,
my beloved friend.

Blake Madden of HOTEL fame in
red with older brother Shawn of
underdogseattle.com with baby
Tabitha and her Auntie Myra.

The Madden Brothers with Shawn's wife
and the Mommy, Trisha Murphy Madden

Birthday gifts @Joey's.
Hand made card by
Artist Leon Rosenblatt.
Plant the Future dish
garden from Jude Becker Worsley
and the marble Chinese Double
Dragon Chop from my guide,
Stephanie Rosenblatt.

Reva, my 91 yr. old Mother with

Jude and Myra...friends since our
Jr. High School days in Coral Gables.

The amazing Miss Taylor Smith
with cookies @my Studio, post
"The Red Thread" performance we

The lovely Kelly Nelson Smith with
daughter Taylor.

Where should I begin?

I've been going non stop
for weeks now.
On a run with out of town
visitors, attending various
events and celebrating
my Gemini Birthday.

Tomorrow will be one
week ago since posting
on this blog.

Hope I can do this past
week justice in attempting
to recreate it now, for you
and my own recollection,
down the road.

Last Sunday, I had the good
fortune to attend "The Red Thread"
@The PlayGround Theatre" in
Miami Shores.

It was an amazing production
with award winning Costume
and Stage Sets.
Outstanding in every way.

My guests were 4 yr. old
Taylor and her Mom, Kelly Smith.

Taylor's deceased Paternal Grandmother
was my dear friend Sara Smith.
I throughly believe that Taylor is channeling
her, when we are together and delight
in my monthly GNO (Girls Night Out) with
her and Maternal Grammy Sandy Nelson.

We proceeded to my Studio for cookies
and such after the performance and Taylor
was in the Zone, so to speak...Totally
animated and enchanting in her enthusiasm.

Monday was a Birthday lunch @Michael's
Genuine in the Design District with my
good friend, Susan Vodicka.
We go back to 1972 when we met during
the McGovern for President Campaign.

We had a delightful visit and enjoyed
a delicious meal together.

Tuesday evening was a Dinner @Joey's
in Wynwood with lifelong friends,
Jude Becker Worsley, Internationally
acclaimed Acupuncturist, in from England,
Artist Leon Rosenblatt, we go back to
Hebrew School when we were 9 yrs. old,
his beautiful wife Stephanie,
a Tai Chi Master, Healer, Reader and
my 91 yr. old Mother, Reva.

This was especially poignant because
my Mother hasn't seen these childhood
friends of mine in years.

We a feasted on Chef Ivo's magnificent
creations and I had a wonderful time
opening up presents.

Gifts included a gorgeous dish garden
from "Plant the Future", my favorite
florist, a Double Dragon marble
Chinese Chop and a beautiful hand made

Wednesday was devoted to running
errands and taking care of business
at home.

Thursday, bright and early, I headed
down to my Studio for a much anticipated
reunion with the Madden Brothers, now
from Seattle, in town to celebrate their
Dad, John's 65th Birthday.

I was good friends with their now deceased
Mother, Toni Rittmaster.

They left So. Fla in the mid 90's...
Toni to go to So. Africa with Blake,
the younger brother, who went on to
Japan as an exchange student
while Shawn went away to college.

I have known both of these guys since Shawn
was a Toddler, before Blakester was born.

It's been 15 yrs., more or less since I last
saw them.

Shawn is now married to the magnificent,
Trisha Murphy Madden and they have a
beautiful, infant daughter, 7 mo. old Tabitha.

Blake is the lead singer in his band called
HOTELS. Just weeks ago they competed
as the opening act in Billboard's Battle
of the Bands in Las Vegas.

We didn't skip a beat in catching up with
so much of what has transpired in the
intervening years.

Serendipitously, Jude, from England
stopped by with her Aunt Irma Goldstein
and Irma's daughter, Stylist, Beth Becker.

I marveled at my good fortune of having
all these significant people in my Studio
at the same time.

By 2PM we were on our way to Wynwood
Kitchen & Bar for a bite to eat and then
The Madden's were off to Key West for
their Dad's Official Birthday Celebration.

I'm still reeling from this glorious reunion.

The boys surprised me with gifts from Toni's
collection of jewelry and accessories.

The most stunning belt by C. Ross, with a
dragon buckle cast in yellow metal.
It actually fits me too, which is miraculous
in itself.

A Lichtenstein enamel pin/pendant stamped
1980 and silver John Hardy earrings.

I remember seeing Toni wearing all of these
in the past and couldn't help but be astounded
@ the coincidence of now receiving a second
gift in the form of a Dragon.

Earlier in the week, before seeing each other
on Monday, Stephanie Rosenblatt had
posted on my Facebook Wall
the significance of the DRAGON
as a Chinese Totum.

The Dragon is believed to possess the
following virtues:

"Leadership, magical prowess, vitality, mastery,
insight, devine illumination, infinite wisdom,
luminous beauty, majesty, power of transformation.

The Dragon Totem is a very powerful spirit and
the supernatural properties are the most influential
of all Totems.
OMG. I can't believe the whole thing.

Last night with my Mother in tow we
made it down to Historic Temple Israel
in Wynwood, that is in it's 90th year
as the pioneer Reform Congregation,
here in Miami, to celebrate the 50th
Wedding Anniversary of life long friends,
Dick and Susie Goldberg.

Susie's younger siblings are twins Judy Zager
and Steve Stone, who share the same birthday
as me, which was officially yesterday, May 27th.

Both Susie and Judy were at one time secretaries
for my Dad, Irving when he was President of Muzak,
here in Miami.

Their Dad, William Stone, was the GM @The Saxony
Hotel which was built in the early 50's on Miami Beach
by my Dad's former brother-in-law George Sax.

We grew up going to our Cabana's @ the Saxony,
eating in the Noshery downstairs and taking
cha-cha lessons on the upper pool deck...
Ahh, those were the days.

I loved the meaningful sermon delivered by
Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz on God speaking
to Moses, in the second year from the Jews
departing Egypt, saying "Raise (count) the heads
of all the congregation of the children of Israel."

The greatness of the Blessed God is seen in the
entire community of Israel as a whole, and if just one
member of that community is missing, then the mixture
will be deficient.

It is as if the image of the King were made up of a Mosaic
of many small parts, and if just one of the parts were missing,
then the picture of the King would be lacking.

That each of us possesses one the of the attributes of the
Holy One, blessed be He, and at the time when that individual
is counted, then the Blessed God Himself is present in that
attribute which each individual possesses.

We are accountable each one of us.
That together we create a whole,
but that first we must show up and
be counted.

Food for thought.
This all resonated,
profoundly for me.

This evening I plan on attending an
event in The Design District with
a fellow Gemini who happens to also,
share the same birthday as me.
Michael Hughes now affiliated with
The Frost Museum @FIU,
formerly with The Wolfsonian.

So there you have it.

More goings on and on and on by
yours truly, Myra Louise Wexler
a/k/a yo MOMMA.

Forever grateful for the blessings
bestowed on me each and every day.

Committed to creating and collaborating
with friends, old and new in continuing the
creation of the tapestry or mosaic that is
the journey...Life.

Life is good.
Pass it Forward.
Be the change you wish to see.
Love rules.
Knowledge is power.
Eat your fruits and vegetables.
Monkey see, monkey do.

Love and peace fellow travelers.

Make this the best day of your

Sunday, May 22, 2011

A Month of Sunday's : )

The Three Graces
Amanda Hutson . Evo LOVE + yo MOMMA in The House

7244 Biscayne Blvd.
Historic MiMo District

L M N T Gallery
55 NW 36th Street
Wynwood Art District

from her "KNOTS" Series,
here @L M N T Gallery.

L M N T's Curating Director,
Daniella Storza on the right
with Neil Hunt,
CEO, Hammer and Block Auctioneers
in the middle.

Holding my I Heart SUMMER HILL SEVEN T-Shirt
@Mystical Lips POEMEDY CIPHER.

NE 2ND Ave. @46th Street
East Buena Vista

Put the lime in the C O C O N U T : )
Been a month of Sunday's, or so it seems,
since last, I posted on this blog.

Much has transpired. All of it good.
Hoping I can do justice to the days and
weeks that have flown by.

Bear with me, please.

Last night I had dinner with the
usual suspects.
The LOVE Child herself,
Miss Evo Love, Romain Gateau
and Amanda Hudson.

Amanda is moving, full time to
NYC, her home town,
to pursue her career in film
and we wanted to celebrate one
last time, in her honor.

We dined @the sushi place @Soyka's
55rh St. Station on NE 4th Court in
the Historic MiMo District.

The place was jumping.
It never ceases to amaze me
all the choices we have here
in Miami.

We proceeded to Ladder Gallery
after dinner to catch the latest in
their Guild Series Shows...
then UPSTAIRS to my Studio
for the group to give me the
heads up on changes I've made,
decor wise.

This morning @9AM I will be
in the zone, via the healing hands
of the gifted Holistic Masseuse,

At 2PM I am going to the PlayGround
Theatre for the 1st time to see
"The Red Thread" with the adorable
Miss Taylor, her Mom, Kelly and
Grammy, Sandy.

Looking forward to this much acclaimed

Friday night was an interesting mix of
old and new.

I started out @4PM with a list of at
least 7 stops I hoped to make in the
evening that lay ahead.

First stop, Devine Trash @73rd St
and Biscayne Blvd.
Wonderful space and great resource
for all things vintage.
Loved the unique art to wear jewelry
designed by Baker, showcased here.
Donna the propritor is fabulous and
we had a nice visit.

My friend Carl Hildebrand of Petch
Ketch renown, phoned and being that
he was on his way South, to Wynwood,
he popped in to say hello.

We checked out the new Vegan Restaurant
that has opened next door, called Mi Vida Cafe.
Definitely worth a visit. Not only for the
delicious food, but the charming setting with
an outdoor garden space.

Love that business is flourishing in MiMo.

I then went solo to a fabulous new space
in Wynwood called L M N T @55 NW 36th St.
WOW. Spectacular venue.
I arrived in time to preview the incredible
Art, that was to be auctioned later that evening.
Congratulated the gifted, Curating Director,
Daniella Storza and saw many of my friends.

I was most thrilled to find that my dear friend,
the Artist Tina Salvesen is represented in
the show that is hung in another part of
this huge, multi functional space.
Her Knot renderings in graphite and pen
really sing, displayed on this scale.

A must see show, People. Hope you will
check it out.

On my way South I stopped by Wynwood
Kitchen & Bar where I met up with my
trusty side kick and buddy in Art, Kerry
My friend since the mid 60's in my home
town of Coral Gables, Mr. David B. called
and serendipitously stopped in with his
date for the evening.

Loved that WK&B had a fabulous Jazz
trio performing live, outside.
This was a lst and I hope they continue
with it.

Then I was off to Mystical Lips on NE 2nd Ave.
@46th Street for POEMEDY CIPHER with
SUMMER HILL SEVEN in the house.
OMG. I entered this enchanting, spiritual
establishment for the first time and was
pleasantly surprised with what's going on

Owned and operated by an interesting
fellow with a head full of dreads and
his identical, 22 yr. old sons, they offer
an array of all things to awake the senses...
from incense, to the full line of Dr. Bronner
soaps, Buddah's and prayer wheels.

The experience was unique and mind expanding.
For the first 40 minutes or so, it was yo MOMMA
and 6 or 7 gorgeous Men.
I was so in the Zone...LOL.

By 8:30 things started to develop in the
"Cipher" department with SH7 leading the

Outstanding Spoken Word, being "spit".
(a new expression I heard for the
first time)

How cool is this, that all these men gather
on a regular basis to create and share their
gift of creativity and words?

My best friend, since our days in Jr. High,
the Internationally renown Acupuncturist,
Judy Becker-Worsley, who now lives in
England and is visiting, stopped by on her
way home from an Event @The Bakehouse.

We had a lovely time sitting outside next
door to Mystical Lips, @ a new place
called BLUE PIANO.

Once again, I was amazed to see and feel
the buzz created by the wealth of humanity
out and about in The Hood.

Wednesday, May 18th was the last of
the Season, MUSING with MYRA .
Installment #4, with featured Guest
Artist, SUMMER HILL SEVEN, reading
from his newly published book,

A most memorable evening unfolded
as one by one, Friends old and new
showed up. Many in attendance were
people I have known most of my life
here in Miami, who just happened to
be in town visiting.
My loyal Art Buddies didn't disappoint
either, as so many of them showed up
supporting me and creating a magical

We were 30 or more and had the time
of our lives.

At 9PM while I was thanking everyone
for coming and participating,
out comes my dear friend, the Tai Chi
Master, Healer and Reader Extraordinaire,
Stephanie Rosenblatt, with a Birthday cake
joined by all singing Happy Birthday to me.
What a surprise. What a joy.
What wonderful, good friends I have.
I am so blessed, lucky and grateful.

That's all that comes to mind @ this moment.

For the record, I feel somewhat relived to have
finally been motivated to compose this post.

Thanks to those that bother to read this.
Hope you find it interesting in some aspect
or other.

Me, I'm betting on this coming week revealing
more treasures in my wonderful life.

I don't take any of this for granted.

I am loving the collaboration that I experience
each day, meeting up with others within this
vast community of creativity.

It's a beautiful thing to inspire and be inspired
by one another.

Passing it forward.

With love in my heart I wish you all a
productive and satisfying week ahead.

Do the next right thing.
Be the change you wish to see.

Ciao for now.

Peace .

God Bless Barak Obama.

Keeping HOPE alive : )


Sunday, May 8, 2011

Monday Morning Musings

Obama Marionette staring in

Pablo's Madonna in all her glory.
Silver foil, courtesy, me : )

Ahh, the 3 Clones.

The Artist himself.
PABLO CANO shaking hands
with Obama @the end of the

The girls.
Left to right,
Artist Evo Love,
Photographer Amanda Hudson,
Arts Enthusiast Myra Wexler,
Tai Chi Master, Healer and
Reader Extraordinaire
Stephanie Rosenblatt

Reflecting back on the last several days, I am once again reminded
how lucky I am.

I am at a time in my life, that is particularly good and I attribute
this to the wonderful friends I have.

Life is a journey.
Nothing original in that statement.
It is however, relevant and oh so true.

The journey continues to unfold, each and every day.
The doors that close, sometimes still astound me, but
the windows that open, are a reward in themselves.

Friday night I forced myself to get dressed and head out
to Coral Gables for a friends opening.
I was, so, not in the mood.

Luckily my motivation was increased somewhat because
I was dying to get my hands on new, larger, yo Momma
stickers that were ready, down in the Gables, as well.

Picking up my trusty Buddy in Art, Kerry McLaney
we proceeded on our adventure.

First stop, Miguel Rodez's new show @ Domingo
Padron Gallery on Ponce.

Walking into the Gallery and seeing the heavy chains
draped and hanging from the ceiling, my first thought
was, "whips and chains excite me", lyrics from Rhiana's
S+M song.

Upon future consideration and much discussion the
metaphor of freedom, became more clear.

Ah, the diaspora of The Cuban American and their
continued dialogue through Art.

Miguel's work is based on repeating interlocking
shapes. He uses paper, to create a very interesting
texture on his canvases, many of which have an
iridescent quality.

We then proceeded to pick up my new stickers.
Ta da!
They are 3x5" vs the first batch, which were 2x3".
Fabulous and just in the nick of time, as the original
run was about depleted.
After having a sensible meal @Swenson's, of all places,
we headed home.

Saturday morning was spent running errands up in this
end of down.

By 3:30PM I was @MOCA for the Premier of my dear
friend, Pablo Cano's new show, "The Seven Wonders
of the Modern World".

I was happy to find my invited guests had already

The charming, adorable sisters, Ella and Chloe,
8 and 6 yrs. old, respectively, their parents,
Peter and Hunter
and my precious, monthly, GNO (Girls Night Out),
buddy 4 yr. old Taylor, with her Mom, Kelly and
Grandmother Sandy.

This alone was enough to make my heart sing.
Having known their parents since 1972, when they
were the same age as their children are now, was a
beautiful thing in itself.

By 4PM we were all in our seats and the show began.

Run, do not walk and treat yourself to a feast for
the eyes, heart and soul.
An all together magical experience.

This is the 12th year that Pablo has produced a show
for MOCA.

Pablo's marionettes are all made from repurposed
materials, including the silver foil lining from my
cigarette packages, which I obsessively collect
and send to him.

Collaborating with Katherine Kramer, as choreographer
and playwright, Carmen Pelaez,
this show was off the charts.
I was moved to tears, at one point.

Running through May 29th, there are 5 more
performances scheduled.

Over 1500 Dade County Public School children
will get to experience this awe inspiring event.

Bravo to Pablo, to MOCA and it's Executive
Director, Bonnie Clearwater, who have provided
this venue for Pablo's creativity to flourish.

By 7PM I was @Ladder Gallery, downstairs
from my Studio, for the 3rd in the Guild Series

Then off to Evo Love and Romain Gateau's
home for a "Little Night in Haiti" dinner party.

There were 30 of us, all told and the evening
was sublime.

Yesterday, I celebrated Mother's Day @home
and was grateful for the quite down time.

This being the beginning of another week
I am looking forward to what will unfold.

The journey continues and time flies,
if you're having fun or not.

So do what I do, suit up and show up.

I'm telling you people, windows will
open and who doesn't need a breath
of fresh air?

Pass it forward.

Remember, monkey see,
monkey do.

Peace and love.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

What's on Tap for Tuesday?

2nd Lizard sighting on Sunday morning leaving Temple Arts. Apparently, Lizards represent dreams : )
Pastry Chef Extraordinaire, Hedy Goldsmith's Blueberry Newtons and Orange Short Bread @Michael's Genuine Food, Design District, Sunday Brunch.
Artist Patricia Wilson
Sculptor, Kench De George's, amazing Studio in Little Haiti on man made lake.

Sculpture by Kench De George
Hand stitched with crystals and sequins by Artist Patricia Wilson.
3 of the Enn's siblings @Saturday Night Family Dinner.

Short rib meatloaf plate with tomato jam and fried egg @Gigi's in Midtown.
Good Morning World.

Hard to believe almost an entire week has passed since my
last blog entry.

Time flies, if you're having fun, or not.
Or so the saying goes.

Happy to report, that the past week has been full of
fun, informative encounters, along the way.

Of note, last Friday, I attending a fundraiser
luncheon for KRISTI HOUSE, as a guest of my
friend, Susan Vodicka.

For those of you unfamiliar with this organization,
they are doing remarkable work in the community,
with their programs assisting young women who
are transitioning out of the Foster Care Program,
after reaching a certain age.

On Saturday I met an old friend who visited my
Studio for the first time.
We had a delightful visit and lunch for the first
time @Gigi's in Midtown.

Shout out to all you foodies.

If you've never tried Gigi's, you're in for a treat.
Located @34th Street and North Miami Ave.,
I was blown away with the presentation, quality
and affordability of this little jewel.

By 7PM Saturday Evening, I was up in Hollywood
for a Family Dinner with the Enn's siblings.
Artist Michael Enn's is my dear friend and his
sister Teresa hosted this wonderful meal.

Sunday was my weekly Holistic Massage
@Temple Arts with the amazing Veronique
and then off to Brunch @Michael's Genuine
in the Design District, where I met up with
my friend Glenna and her friend, Patricia.

After brunch we proceeded to a most amazing
Studio space in Little Haiti to view new works
by Artist Patricia Wilson @the Studio she shares
with Sculptor Kench De George.

OMG. The venue was the surprise of the Century.
No kidding...
Set in the middle of Little Haiti on a man made
It was awesome.

We ended the day with a brief stop @Carol Jazzar's
home Gallery to see the current show.

Yesterday was kind of down time for me, here

Thankfully, I accomplished much and am raring
to getty up and go this morning.

Meeting my Buddy, Louise Markus @my Studio
@11:30 AM for a day of
"Girls Just Wanna Have Fun", before Louise
heads back to Montreal, for the Summer.

We will be lunching for sure and stopping by
STASH Gallery for a visit with my LOVE child,
the one and only Artist, EVO LOVE.

So there you have it.

Up to the minute.

Except for one more thing.


God Bless President Obama,
The United States of America
and The World @large.

We have much to be grateful
and proud of as Americans
and World Citizens.

With that it mind, remember
to pass it forward today.

We are all messengers out
there, people...
Mirroring one another.

Let your Love Light Shine
extra bright today.

Love and Peace.