Tuesday, July 21, 2009

corner view wednesday vs 99 days of gratitude on the wall...

corner view: weekend evenings
make me grateful for brooklyn


river's edge birthday parties
faeries of a certain age
upcycling wings

wonder-full
singing dancing
brown ladies

a new brick oven pizza place
beautiful vintage everything
and beautiful warm-hearted
people
candle lit yards


video


happy vibrant children
running through unleashed sprinklers
the bainbridge between stuyvesant and malcolm x
block party is on y'all
holla!


grateful
for my corner
in brooklyn

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13 comments:

  1. Such different lives and yet, one heart.

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  2. my life wasn't always brooklyn...i never ran through sprinklers as a child, and as an adult there have been lakes and ponds and oceans.

    just read your 'beautiful mess' post. explains a lot. i am a weeper for the human family, a crazy creative as well as you, ms. moon.

    perhaps i will learn to deal with depression displaying the same sort of grace we all see in you.

    may it be so

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  3. For some reason kids are just naturally drawn to water... and I love to see them playing in it. Great!

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  4. A touching, real post. Great job.

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  5. Read your comments at Maggie's blog and came by. I like it here. Lots. I also like Brooklyn lots and hope to visit it again one day. One of my cousins has a grown son living there...an actor in the City.

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  6. I remember running through sprinklers when I was small. Now my kids love it. Brooklyn must be one of the top corners in the world?

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  7. thanks, all! great to be posting again.

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  8. Oh there you are, baby. I've missed you.

    And you're still on my short list of evacuation possiblities, though insha'Allah that need not happen this year.

    Good tacos on Magazine? Maybe I gave up on my search too soon (though I'm not a big Magazine fan - I'm a downtown girl). All the places I tried there were less than good.

    Your avatar pic is so incredibly disgusting. Ick. :)

    About your identity and hiding it - be whoever you need to be, or have different outlets. I really respect those who are open and honest but understand the rest of us. I have too much to lose so being careful - and protecting other people's privacy.

    I will miss pics of your kids.

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  9. Great post and even better pictures.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  10. this is a great post. i love how you added the children running through the water. classic summer in the city! besos!

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  11. Awesome! So much to be grateful for!

    Love your banner photo too by the way!

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