After spending a fabulous 2 days with my Smart, Amazing, Creative, Intelligent, Funny, Caring, Loving, and Silly Granddaughter, it was time to get back to "work". Oh, my Granddaughter is also absolutely #BEAUTIFUL, #PRETTY, and beyond #precious. However, I don't want HER VALUE to be determined by a society that says "being pretty is the most important thing you can be if you are a girl." She will be confident in herself and know she is WAY MORE SPECIAL than anybody in the world that looks upon her with judging eyes. Her Grandma---that would be ME, the #Joyful Journeyist (that is MY name, I own it, trademark and all--that means I actually PAID to buy myself. The #ultimatepimp I am), where was I? Oh, yeah--her Grandma is a #SUPERhero on the down low. She is on a mission to save the World from the current state that society has put it in. I WILL make the World a Brighter place for her or die trying. It is my #BIGASSignment and I work my buns off 24/7 to ensure its successful completion. I have possibly the BEST JOB SECURITY around! What exactly do I do? Its WAY TOO MUCH to explain here. Let me just say WHAT I AM.
I am essentially a modern day #streetwalker. Well, I am also a modern day #baglady. I carry a bag with all my work supplies as I walk the streets taking pictures, talking to people and just spreading sunshine where its rainy. I am trying to get the World, MY PLANET, MY PEOPLE to change their perspective and mind about what is good and what is bad. "THEY" have been wrong all along and I am not going to continue playing THIS GAME, #MYLIFE, by their rules. Yes, I walk the streets. No, I do not sell my body. I am happily married to a Wonderful Man that gets that all to himself. However, there are all kinds of streetwalkers out there. Bottom Line: they are working to support themselves. PERIOD. They are not asking for your help. If you don't want to buy their services, just DRIVE on by. QUIT JUDGING THEM and just WORRY ABOUT YOUrself! If you don't like me telling you that, listen to this little girl SPEAK IT:
The last person I talked to was Gino, who likes a little Vino. I was waiting at the Crosswalk and heard this beautiful Italian singing behind me. I turned and there was this charming man singing to me. I hugged him and he started dancing with me. We shared lovely and very witty conversation as we walked across the street together. We actually DANCED across the street and one of our "followers" was kind enough to take our picture with my camera. We enjoyed about 15 minutes together and he told me I made his Life complete. He made my Heart Happy and my Spirit SOAR! Instead of just stepping out of your comfort zone this week, how about Dancing with a stranger and seeing how many people you can make smile!