Tragedy In Aurora, Colorado.

(AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)

The weekend has began with a bang with the news in Aurora, CO. The heartbreaking news that often we hear but no loved ones is ever prepared or would like to receive: people going about their merry ways to enjoy themselves, ending up dead, coming back home to their loved ones in body bags. It puts it all in perspective and leads me to ask, what does it all mean? What does it tell us?

It reminds me that we should live and enjoy life more. Oh yeah, the same old rhetoric but one that can resonate with all of us.

Live life.
Don’t take life for granted.
Don’t be bother by nonsense.
Enjoy those around you.
Hug your loved ones.
Enjoy today.
Be grateful.
Have no regrets.
Embrace life.
Be happy.

My thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims in Aurora, Colorado. May they, the one’s who are no longer here us, rest in peace!

Puppet In Need

Harvard Square

I take my hat to anyone who can stand in the same position for hours, performing the same routine over and over regardless of insects or smell, entertaining, exciting and enchanting children and adult alike.

Magic potions too expensive.
I want to be a real girl.
Please help!

As the story goes, she is a puppet, a live puppet, in the middle of Harvard Square.

She dos not blink. She does not cough. She does not talk. She stands still like a robot, a action figure but a figurine she isn’t.

She is a person, who Wants To Be A Real Girl, who moved only a few times to change positions when people dropped her a few Benjamins, I mean dollars or when needed to rest.

She is a person, who Wants To Be A Real Girl. Don’t know how much she made but hope people showed her some appreciation. All in a day’s work!