It’s been a few months now that I’ve been riding. Lately we’ve had some rainy days. I mean thundershowers and horrifying downpours. The roads were destroyed the next day. I usually would lap around a few times then go on some journey. I’ve started noticing something. The feeling when you’ve worked out and you’re now sore for a day or two. I always loved that feeling. My arms and legs are looking like something now. I’m a twig with no definition. I’ve mentioned this my scooter buddy. She goes… “Oh yes!! Because of this and that!!” So… let me get into this and that.Continue reading “It was today I’ve learned that you can get a bit of exercise on an electric scooter.”
Strolling through New York City. Thought this was really dope.Continue reading “Just Some Totally Tubular Street Art.”
Help me figure something out here… You were everyone’s favorite person to be around. It’s six months later and the mention of your name is followed by eye rolling and someone immediately changes the subject. That’s the part where I’m grateful for. You don’t want to hear negative things about a person. Especially if they’re not there to defend themselves. However, it’s things that people noticed. Its different when your with a person solo. As oppose to being with ten other people.
Most of the world has been out of work. Due to being locked down for the past few months. Majority of coworkers have become friends. Some you couldn’t stand and you’re extremely happy with not seeing them. I haven’t been back to work yet. I have just not in the actual Continue reading “The Questions/Comments/Concerns When You Return To Work”
The years 13-18 were a total disaster for Donovan. He was so distraught losing his mother. He did go to the viewing. He didn’t like what his mom looked like. It wasn’t her that he saw. That would be the last time for many years that he will attend a funeral. He stayed home the day of the actual funeral. He did go to the gathering after the funeral. He went to see his friends one Continue reading “Based on a true story- The Pride Of Donovan- Part 3”
Usually, it’ll add an extra fifteen to twenty minutes coming off the Manhattan Bridge to get into Soho. Today, the traffic was extremely light. The usual nightmare of getting out of an Uber on Spring & West Broadway is no longer. It’s become temporary I will say. I’ve seen pictures on Continue reading “Tuesday afternoon in NYC… Phase Three”