بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
As-Salaamu ‘Alaikum Ma Beautiful Asiatic Bebies!!!
First, the title of this blog is something I came up with a few years ago, before ever my name was LOVE.
I wanted to start a choir and give it that name.
But I don’t know anybody.
So, if anybody out there has a group of Singers and you only sing positive, uplifting, righteous songs – feel free.
Once, I really did that on the Warner Brothers lot in Culver City. The first time I got away, but I went back later and the employee had locked the gate so I couldn’t get away. I was looking for Zawji. He’s an actor.
But being homeless in Louisiana and trying to evade the Po-Po’s all the time, I feel just like them (The Animaniacs). And when I get caught, they lock me up in jail, just like they get locked up in the tower.
Wait, I don’t think that’s the Warner Brothers lot in Culver City, maybe, but there’s no tower. I believe that’s in Burbank.
Oh yeah, now I remember! It’s Paramount.
(You know I’m not posting that song!)
(…The music and the melody are really nice though… LOL)
So yesterday, I went to Tai Chi class and loved it as usual.
I met the piano teacher and I might start taking lessons next year.
Then, the main library is closed, so I Googled libraries that were near the class and I found one. It was far but it was the most beautiful building I have been in since I came out here. After visiting The Jonathan Club my standards of architectural beauty are so high and this library exceeded them.
I ended up getting very emotional because this was the first time I had seen children at a library (inside). White parents had brought their children. I’ve never seen Black parents bring their children to the library since I’ve been here.
I’m hoping maybe I just have been going to the wrong libraries or maybe the wrong time.
But it was very disheartening.
Mommies and Daddies take your children to the Library but only let them check out NON-FICTION books and educational DVDs.
I’m just thankful I survived another night without being caught trespassing