Saturday, May 17, 2014

Art-A-Whirl and the sun's halo

The time has just flown by!  May is now half over already.  Please forgive the impromptu hiatus of the last few weeks.  I landed a job doing Delivery driving for a delicious and authentic Chinese Restaurant in Dinkytown Minneapolis named Pagoda.  I have been busy brushing up on my chinese skills and working a ton to stow away some funds to make real breathing room in my finances.  This spring has been infused with powerful emotions tugging at the ebb and flow of the turbulent but sunny waters we are riding as the tide of a powerful swell brings us to the crest of a long awaited wave of creation and energy.

Today is Art-A-Whirl in Northeast Minneapolis.  I wish I had the time to see all that the area has to offer both in art galleries and live music at all the venues and spaces in the area, Like the event going on all day today at the Plex.  I did manage to make it out to see Hot Damn! Perform at the new 612 Brew taphouse in Northeast Minneapolis.  They have a very impressive amphitheater out the back end of the building right next to the walls for Broadway NE and Central Avenue NE.  The space has really impressive accoustics that threw the band at first since their amps needed to be turned down to accomodate the powerful accoustic ressonance of the area that overpowered the PA system.

Not only was it a fun show out in the sun, but when the clouds passed over the sky and dimmed the sun's beaming light for a moment I suddenly noticed a giant rainbow halo surounding the sun in the sky.  It was marvelous and apparently had been that way for quite some time already.  The sun's radiance brought warmth to the budding greenery that has so thuroughly enjoyed the wet and warm spring we've been having.

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