“Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires.” -
I love sunny weather, but autumn and winter nights somehow ignite my internal romantic flame 🔥.
There is something beautiful about sharing a warm embrace on the darkest of nights.
Simple late night adventures in the city become magical if you find that special someone.
May everyone's days be bright and everyone's nights be filled with love in your heart.
The State Theater is a historic theater built in 1946 with a modern Art Deco design located in the city of Wayne, Michigan. One of the reasons I love the Detroit area is there are many hidden gems that since I was a child have been slowly renovated over the years. The State Theater is now owned by Phoenix Theaters. If you are in the Detroit area it is about a fifteen minute drive from the metropolitan airport. I highly recommend it as you feel the history and enjoy a cinematic experience that is not easy to find these days.
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Living 40 years with Attention Deficient Disorder can be a blessing and a curse depending on your perspective.
I was inspired today to share this poem as I am not ashamed to have this “disorder”.
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Have you ever heard of Inktober?
I have to admit, since I'm still pretty new to the social media arena, I had no clue what it was until a few days ago.
“The real power of a man comes from the brilliance of the SMILE that radiates from the woman sitting next to him.”