Amanda Marie makes running the streets lots of fun. I'm wondering if I should go pop in on Ann Tann today as well. Haven't seen my Auntie in a while. Need to get back in touch with the brood. My relatives are very talented and interesting quirky people, so I'm sitting here with a cool aid grin just thinking about the havoc a reunion would cause. We have a unique sense of humor and I could use a good laugh so I've got Kings County on my mind because Brooklyn is full of 'em and visiting family and friends is now a hot ticket on my agenda for the week. I my even drag a client or two to the party. I like sharing a meal with my buyers. Some of them make real estate fun. :-)
Since I'm still working on a goodbye post to my Mom-In-Law to share with my peeps I've been collecting a lot of shots of Brooklyn to showcase my fave places while sorting through some cool memories to spoof on. I love New York. So much to see and do here. I have a thing for PA as well. My Uncle William is a dream of a chef, my cousins are hip and my girlfriends mad cool. When I think of PA I think of plotting another Thelma and Louise eye candy tour with Mangiggly the I-talian. I have to get her stuff posted as well. The kids have been selecting a lot of their fave shots from the time I got to spend with the Mangigian family and it has been fun arranging music for the project. Spoke to my gal pal Alicia about doing a podcast and using Skype to compose new songs. That should be fun. Transferring the files back and forth is easy. Wondering how the tracks will lay down if we sing voice over Internet protocol is the X-factor we're curious about. Will keep you posted on how that turns out. Looking forward to it. :-)
I am almost out of time. I need my little helpers to continue Susan Mangigian's project. Pookies have half a day at school today so we are going across the bridge into Manhattan (after we finish the photo-shoot in Brooklyn) because there are some tasty cookies at stake and I really, really want 'em. Today is all about having fun with the little minions while I slip in some work between clients and projects. ;-)
Yup. It's true. I will happily drive three counties over to enjoy a Spanking-A-Awesome meal (or some yummy goodies). We take our snack-age very seriously in my household. (LOL)
If you think you can get a lot out of me for Hagen Daz, imagine what I'll do for really tasty cookies (LMAO). These are not just any cookies, these are some of the best in the city. I do not care if you do not believe me for I am raising cookie monsters and my speech delayed kids have spoken (LMAO). If we don't inhale them all down in the twinkling of an eye maybe I'll take a picture and let you in on a little native New Yorker foodie paradise junk food secret. ;-)
BTW, took the shorties to the Bronx to see E.A. Poe's house. My Facebook peep and I were recently chatting about how much we like his work, so I thought it would make a really cool Localism post (not to mention a nice header for the next eye candy contest).
Yup. We're over due for that puppy. Been a bit distracted and off my blogging schedule while handling some family business. Landmarks is the theme. Will be posting that contest shortly after I go collect some more eye candy with my cousins and the wee ones.
We're also thinking of hooking up a film crew for the Outside Blog Minion Report (with some digital broadcast cameras) and running through a few states on a serious Active Rain Road Trip Marathon (LOL). We have a vendor willing to rent them for a reasonable price over a four day weekend. I can cover a lot of ground in four days. Should make for some very interesting blog posts (LOL). Will keep you guys posted on our first OBMR independent film project. We have a cool sponsor who thought it would be a good idea to launch a DVD with the magazine as an insert. I love the idea so I will be playing with some pro consumer and professional digital cameras to get a feel for what can be done on a moderate budget.
Fact is I'm in electronics heaven. May be blogging about that as well down the road. :-)
Gotta run. Lots to do to get back into the creative groove. Enjoy your day. <3 C. :-)