Mimi's Motorcycle Journal

Wandering Thoughts from a Moto Make Up Artista

Monday, March 24, 2008

A Spiritually Enhancing Riding Weekend :)

First let me say, the weather here in San Diego this past weekend was a gift from God. The sun wrapped it's rays around me and kept me warm, no matter how fast I was riding. The beautiful breeze felt like I was wearing silk. I only had to wear a t-shirt, no leathers. I ended up going to a barbecue at someone's house I really didn't know, but hey, we all ride and know each other in spirit, right? A friend of a friend of a friend. It's cool.

I did so much thinking while riding this weekend of where my life is going and how everything is changing. It's so weird when things finally happen that you've been working on and dreaming about. Have I arrived too soon? too late? or not at all? I guess I'll always have that drive to go, to continue, to evolve and involve my self.

I was thinking about Jesus. Good Friday, Easter. Mary Magdelene. How she thought someone stole Jesus' body from the tomb, after she saw him die. Upon seeing him, she grabbed onto his feet, to not go, don't leave again. I don't think she wanted that moment to go away. I know how she felt. I wish I could meet her. There are so many moments I want to keep precious. People, places or situations that will never happen again. It's all part of our own history. Our own world. We create it!

Well my lovies - I'm ranting again! Go out and enjoy life!!!

Peace to all - He is risen.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008


Hope you all enjoyed a fun filled St. Patty's Day! It's a day to celebrate - no matter what your heritage is. EMBRACE it!

Saturday, March 8, 2008

I LOVE L.A. - An Interesting Mix

Yes, I really do! Los Angeles is a great city. I know some cringe at the thought, but I love the play between the fantasy and the reality. You get these different worlds here and it makes for an interesting mix. I'm now in the business of making people look good, feel good. Make them look their best with my own craft of makeup. In front and outside of the camera. Two dimensional and three dimensional. Quite a mix in itself. I have learned so much of this business in the last 3 weeks; I'm pretty much ready for anything.

Now, if I could only fit all my makeup "stuff" in my saddlebags and ride to location. THAT would be a most interesting mix.

Happy Trails!