“I have always included minority characters in my stories, often as heroes. We live in a diverse society — in fact, a diverse world, and we must learn to live in peace and with respect for each other.” — Stan Lee . . . #EverUpward ♥️
:: inspired caricature by William Jeovah de Medeiros, Brazil ::
Making a deliberate [mental health] choice today to forgo CNN (I need a minute) in favor of taking my mind, heart and body on a ride with my mini-me, Pinky . . . let’s ASCEND . . . and trust better, brighter days are ahead. Big ups to Janet of VACATION Balloon Company for making our morning!
Prayers of peace and ease . . . good people everywhere . . . #KEEPTHEFAITH 💗
If ever there was a time to celebrate, support and applaud our girls, it is now! In celebration of Day of the Girl, thanks New York Times for giving us a glimpse of what being 18 looks like around the world with #ThisIs18!
“I will vote. I will fight for us, all of us. It is a big charge and a big responsibility for our generation. We are going to be loud and recognized and influential.” – Sage Grace Dolan-Sandrino, Washington, D.C.
A simply amazing, breathtaking and educational interactive experience! Can’t wait to share it with the special girl I’m celebrating today . . . my magical “Pinky”.
Exciting news! Taos Artist, Nikesha Breeze is showing at ArtPrize 2018! Are you lucky enough to be at ArtPrize? We need you to download the ArtPrize app (iOS | Android) to enter your vote for #67714 . . . NOW.
“Coco” is a movie about borders more than anything—the beauty in their porousness, the absolute pain produced when a border locks you away from your family. The conflict in the story comes from not being able to cross over; the resolution is that love pulls you through to the other side. The thesis of the movie is that families belong together. I watched it again this week, reading the news that Donald Trump is considering building an unregulated holding camp for migrant children, that ICE showed up on the lawn of a legal permanent resident and initiated deportation procedures, that a four-month-old baby was torn away from her breast-feeding mother. If justice is what love looks like in public, then love has started to seem like the stuff of children’s movies, or maybe the stuff of this children’s movie—something that doesn’t make sense in the adult world, but should.”