It’s been perfect walking weather these days, so I walked further downtown to meet a friend. As I was walking I saw lights in the distance. The San Gennaro street festival was going on in the streets of Little Italy. What a cool site to see the lights from blocks away. It was like Christmas in September.
I know, I know, I post a lot about MayaBags®, but I think you will understand why if you read the article Indagare posted about MayaBags® on their website. I have been so fortunate to learn from and help Judy, the founder with this special company that she created. She is one exceptional soul.
B&N Union Square told me they would start stocking my book, Solitary Genius: Discovering the Gifted Child Within. I stopped by tonight to see if it had made it to their shelves and it finally did! This makes my week.
MayaBags “glyph” hobo is one of my favorite bags. It’s made of hemp with either the bamboo handle or the hemp handle(right) with different embroidery image options. You choose. They retail for $310. and a reminder that it’s supporting the MayaBags business which is partially owned by the Maya women in Southern Belize. You can find more info. on them by either going to www.mayabags.org or emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I was in four states in four days from Thurs. through Sun. One of those States being Vermont. I headed up there with my younger sister who is getting married there this Nov. We had to get some prep things done and as I stood in a hair salon we were at I looked up to see this classic sign and laughed. Just classic.
Union Square is always busy with the farmers market, artists displaying their work and whatever else you run into. I’m constantly walking through it because I live right nearby. I ran to Whole Foods to pick up groceries for dinner Sunday afternoon and on the way back I stopped to listen to this Cellist that was playing. There’s always something different going on in New York wherever you may look.
I stopped into The Strand bookstore yesterday and as I was leaving I looked up and realized there was this great building across the street. It’s so pretty in person, the picture simply does not do it justice. The architecture up close is fab.