In a mixture of ancient and modern, royal baby's birth was announced on
Twitter before paper announcement is posted outside Buckingham Palace
Royal baby: Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to boy weighing 8 lbs 7oz
BBC - April 23, 2018
On the anniversary of William Shakespeare's birth we celebrate World Book Day. Everybody has a book in them - it's their story or journey. Most people attempt to write either a book, a poem, a blog or something that expresses their emotions. Physical reality is about experience and the catharsis of emotions through self-expression in a creative way. The women in the bookstore in the image above are glancing through my book 2012 Sarah and Alexander in the Alchemy of Time.
William Shakespeare Google Videos
William Shakespeare was an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon", or simply "The Bard". His surviving works consist of 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and several other poems. His plays have been translated into every major living language, and are performed more often than those of any other playwright.
The weather and energies created a perfect atmosphere for the arrival of spring after a long cold winter. Earth Changes have created climate changes that cannot be reversed so we adapt. What's ahead? Predicted patterns and other events out of the blue. It's been years since I went to a pow wow having attended 4 or 5 in several states including Brooklyn. Today's dancers were from different tribes and nationalities. They talked about all the things you've learned about Native American traditions as they relate to the planet and spirituality. One drummer got political but never mentioning anyone by name as he discussed immigration. Native Americas were here first - the rest of us are all immigrants. Here's the thing. You can run away from the issues of the day and the people that create them but as everything is coming together, you can avoid reality just so long in end times. The way I see it, carpe diem seize the day and let the algorithm of our reality bring the rest.
I didn't go there to buy anything until I found this opalite cube for $6.
I posted several videos on Facebook and updated to my cloud but
need to figure out how to download them to my computer to post here.
I sat next to Dana, a teacher from Queens, who took this selfie.
We also took a pic with this "Fancy Dancer"
Here I am with Cherokee pop singer Tony Enos
Another dancer named Erin