Friday, November 9, 2012

LTAW #30

Hello everyone
Let's take a walk #30 took place on the way to the Voting Booth, 
I wonder where you were? Who did you invite to join you? What shape did your journey take?
Beside casting my vote, the highlight of my journey was to cross path with Herbert, my 96 year old neighbor,on his way home from voting.
Use to send your footages, photos & videos. 
In the last few days, since the storm, I have been thinking of a folk song I grew up hearing, "La haut sure la montagne"
It's the story of Jean whose cottage was destroyed by snow and rocks
but Jean with a valiant hart rebuild it more beautiful than it ever was…  I hope that our region and places ravaged by the storm will build again, stronger than ever.
As always I thank you for your participation, encouragements & support.
All my best Marie Christine

Walking toward the LGBT center where I cast my vote for Obama

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Let's take a walk TO THE VOTING BOOTH

Hello my friends,
This will be the 30th walk with a particularly important purpose. It will be a call for everyone to vote in the US Presidential Election on Tuesday. At 11am New York time I will be tweeting my journey on the way to my polling station, hosted at the LGBT center.You can join me via Twitter by following mcayer. As I walk I will be talking to people in the street, urging them to go to vote. The tweet messages I'll send will also serve as a call to vote. You can help by joining the walk & by re tweeting.
Your vote is your choice and your voice. 
People affected by the Storm have survival in their mind, some will not even be able to go and vote.
Let's find ways to help, be safe everyone. 
Bise Marie Christine

Yesterday on Staten Island with Lindsay B. Davis and her friend Karen Maria Schleifer helping out in the cleaning out process. Karen was raising everyone's spirit with her voice and her hugs.