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Woke up alone in bed. Again. Shuffled to the kitchen. Greeted “good morning” by my radiant piano. Tuned in to Bergen. He loved music and how it connects communities. The way Keys to the Streets does — a project that aims to transform … Continue reading
It’s been – and still is – a long, hot summer. Miraculously, I’ve managed not to melt. More incredible, I worked up the courage to buy some real art supplies. Stuff I intentionally stopped using when diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Why? By avoiding … Continue reading
Raised on Kraft Dinner and Gold Stars © Robyn Michele Levy 1989 Raised on Kraft Dinner® and gold stars Chauffeured ‘round in fancy cars Pop-Tart® farts at the breakfast table T.V. Dinners with Rogers cable Froot Loops® drowned in two-percent Do … Continue reading
Parkinson’s disease is complicated. It’s a brain disease, a movement disorder, a lifetime affliction. There is no cure, but plenty of curiosity since Robin Williams’ wife revealed he was in the early stage of Parkinson’s. While creating this artwork, I … Continue reading
These bold, sexy and intriguing swimsuits are perfect for Ms. Mastectomy and me! A group of Finnish fashion designers created this swimwear collection for Monokini 2.0 project. According to their manifesto: we want to incite a positive self-image of breast-operated women … Continue reading
Would you mind if we sing “Make Peace The Choice” instead of “Give Peace A Chance” ?
sweet mounds of purple summer aching to burst upon tempted tongues willing to cozy up to muffin batter in a 400 degree oven or cram a piecrust jam jar freezer bag tagged “home-grown berries” pleasantly plump a little seedy looking … Continue reading
In 2010, the U.S. Senate designated April as Parkinson’s Awareness Month. Since then, Parkinson’s communities around the globe have boosted their year-round PD awareness campaigns every April. Considering approximately 6.3 million people worldwide have this affliction, public education is important. … Continue reading
I’ve been plucked! My very first noselash!
Flying pigs may not be kosher, but they sure are cute. And they love fundraisers! Especially when they feature art and food. This pig popped up in my dream and flew all the way to The Art Fund in Britain, … Continue reading