Monthly Archives: August 2014

Louisiana Song

Abundant French verandas with their wrought iron swivel Locomotive trolleys full steam ahead People in motion talking their drivel  Ain’t no better place they’d wanna be instead   Trumpets blare from street corners Crooning for cash  Deep in their eyes revealing mourners  Poignant about … Continue reading

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New Orleans, Louisiana: Day 2, 3 & 4

Travel only fuels my wanderlust even more. The same way people develop addictions that provide a temporary high, traveling to different cities provides that same kind of “life-high” for me. It’s something difficult to capture because it’s fluid; a state of … Continue reading

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“What We Play is Life” – Louis

Husband and I are vacationing in New Orleans, Louisiana. I’ll let the pictures do the talking of our walking tour last night. We started on Bourbon Street, people watching and careening in and out of bars. We ended up at the … Continue reading

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Kiner Man and Maya Girl Part Three: The Cultural Expedition Continues

I brought Kiner to see Marvel Universe at Barclay’s Center on Friday night and the kid just about lost it. He lost it in the best sense of that phrase. Though not a parent myself, it gave me a glimpse into … Continue reading

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The Adventures of Kiner Man: Week Two

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Kiner, my nephew whom you met last week, and I continue our adventures in the great City of Gotham. He loves superheroes so his Uncle Gui dubbed him Kiner Man. Since every super hero needs a side kick I am … Continue reading

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Culture Week With Kiner: Free, Kid-Friendly Activities in NYC

Sometimes it takes a kid to bring out the kid in you. I’ve been spending a lot of time with my 10 year old nephew Kiner and learning to look at the world through the curious eyes of a child. … Continue reading

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