Sandstorm by Darude on the potato for your pleasure.
A little food for the soul.
Much love to all. May you fly, may you dance, may your soul be filled with joy.
Ps. I love you my mushpa!
all the way home, chrissy spratt, diamonds, drake, earned it, Hideaway, Kiesza, La La La, Latch, Money On My Mind, one dance, rihanna, sam smith, stay With Me, tamar braxton, the weekend, this is what you came for
Imma care for you…
Baby, this is what you came for….
I need a one dance…
La La La La La La…..
I’ve been thinking about you all the way home…
We’re beautiful like diamonds in the sky….
This chic is mad legit.
Feeling the autumn yet? Well in North Carolina we are JUST about starting to feel the chill. And moving from the big apple, I cannot complain. It’s a chill that cools my toes, and makes the heart warm.
Our journey in North Carolina has been wonderful so far. Having the art truck open has made me think about life quite differently. Richness comes through other means, other than the monetary. And of course that is the cliche. But one thing is saying it, and another is living it. At first every time a bill would come through our mail, my stomach would turn, and I would start worrying about how is it that we were gonna cover this one. But God always had my back, the Universe made it happen, and we always had money to pay it in the end.
Today another financial conundrum came our way. And that same stomach churning was starting to drag me down. But after shaking myself, I thought, don’t we ALWAYS make it happen some way? I said, yes. We do. And that’s when I things seemed a little more clear. All this life we are living, selling our art. This is why I am here. These moments of financial strains are the small price to pay for living the life I want. And once I learn how to deal with them, instead of letting them smack me in the face, I will deflect them away from me and my environment and put them in a box of with some other papers that hold little value in life that will eventually be taken care of. Keeping the focus on life money, not real money, is the best way to deal. Because always God will have my back. And that box of bills is only a box. And the only box that matters is the box truck where we sell our art. Where we are making our dream happen. And the beauty, the creativity, the human connections that spills out of that box is worth so much more than any pink envelope with a notice.
So in the spirit of the chilly winds, and the beauty that surrounds us in these Carolinas, I invite you to join us to TWO AMAZING events we are going to be at this weekend Nov 21-22.
1. Art for the Masses. Because art that the masses cannot enjoy, is never the intent of the artists. All artists want art for all. So we make it accessible for you.
2. Carolina Pine Music Festival. Because Music + Art + Food is the best combination that humans have been able to create over the centuries, and there is never too much of that.
And with that I will leave you with a little sound to the ears from one of the coolest music makers in Wilmington. Stray Local. Make sure to check them out on Sunday at the Carolina Pine Music Festival’s Art Factory where among other artists, and ourselves, we will all be.
Hope to see you there!
First, a harp
Next, pizzicato cellos
Flute and piccolo
Thin wood blocks
And two more harps
And double bass
And the glockenspiel
The ride cymbal
Sixteen baritone bass singers
Thank you very much for listening.
It’s people like these that restore your faith in humanity.
Thank you to all these beautiful musicians that made this rainy day a happier one.
Que viva los musicos de todito el mundo!