Since I am [slowly getting] back on my feet, I decided to try and get out of my house for a bit. In my experience there is no such thing as healing without fresh air.
I enjoyed this little coffee shop in my neighborhood. I was able to get some writing done + enjoy a beautiful morning.
"Fall Fashion" IN New York Magazine #foodbabysoul#foodforthought#fashion#newyork#harlem#knitbomb#yarnbombing @alexcreates @yarnovernewyork @naomirag #truestory We arrived past midnight, checked into the hotel, I sat, listened to the ripples of Hurricane Harvey rain, and like my friend just told me "rain makes it more emotional. They always use it in movies for transition" I picked up this city guide because I love fashion and 👊🏻💥 there is the Georgia O'keefe of chain link giant yarn flowers in Harlem and two collaborators (info hot off the comments) I was familiar with Naomi Rag's work and that is how I have always thought of her flowers. Check all the accounts out. I don't know what is truly more fashionable the dressed girl or the dressed tree... #domesticgraffitiartist#thingsisee "Trends In The ❤️Of Harlem"
Variety: Wolisho, 74158
Elevation: 1725-2081 meters
Aleme Wako owns and manages 11 hectares around the Biloya village in Ethiopia. With a progressive effort to improve his coffee quality over years, we have seen a result that is clean-tasting natural processed coffee.
The blueberry, chocolate, and floral notes represent the hard work of Aleme, his family, and the local community.