Joyce AmericaSpeaks Periscope@11am Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Let’s keep it light, happy memories, everyone!

March 17, 2017

 

Dear Followers:

Let’s think about our fondest memories today , live in the present and enjoy our day!  I look forward to sharing  the fond memories of the America I grew up in with you!    Won’t you join me for a period of R&R!  We earned this respite,  let’s  Enjoy it, together!

 

See you at 11am.

 

“the heart and pulse of the Middle Class”

 

 

 


The voice of Joyce: You asked, I’m doing! 

September 2, 2016

 

 

 

 

Dear followers:

 
You asked for it and I’m doing it. You can say Hi! to me at the Barclay Center , Brooklyn, on Saturday!  Watching , I’m told, for the Philippine Singer in” ASAP”, with a special request for a selfie , to be given to my Friend Rhodora!!!

 
See you at 4pm at the center,  broadcasting on Periscope , if possible.  This is a live concert, unlike Rossini’s Cinderella.  An HD production at the Met Opera Plaza, that I filmed on Periscope last night!

 
On a serious note, for those pursuing an  Experian’s credit report and FICA score with an Apple product other then an iPhone or iPad , forget about it!!! They’re not compatible with more stationary Apple products . Don’t bother calling, it’s a waste of time. Write for your report and  score @ Experian ; PO Box 2002, Allen, Texas 75013. 

 

  • Include copies of your utility bill, Federal or State ID, drivers license is ok. Include name, address, a copy of your SS card, or W2  and birth date.
  • They certainly are not consumer friendly and have the Chutzpah to ask Apple to comply with their “inadequate ” software!  LOL

Good luck cleaning up  inaccuracies!  
Once again, see you at the Barclay Center on Periscope any time from 3 pm on , if I’m allowed!

 
All the best. Wishing you a happy and healthy holiday.
” the heart and pulse of the Middle Class”


The Voice of Joyce: Periscope 11am ISIS, etc

November 18, 2015

Dear followers:

See you at 11am.

You shape the conversation.  There is much to discuss.

“the heart and pulse of the Middle Class”


The Voice of Joyce: My Butterfly 

November 17, 2015

FullSizeRenderWhy I’ve chosen my ” Butterfly” to represent me and my work. It is made by fire by a talented Glass Artist, Marlene Rose.
Like AMERICA it is not perfect.

It’s yellow glow shines brightly in the light.

It’s smooth as glass on one side, sleek and sophisticated

the other side, rough cast, irregular , splotched with gold and red , luminescent wings , different from side to side

Three fossils cast on one wing, living in harmony and eternity, with 7 dissimilar circles on the other. Rough hewn , ever changing

A whole creature with wings and a spine

Not regal, flawed even

Yet from a distance it’s composition absorbs and reflects back the light.

If it weren’t so heavy it could fly
This butterfly is not fragile, nor delicate, it casts a long amber shadow depending on the light.

In it’s roughness and man made imperfections, it is unity.

Am I speaking about my Butterfly or AMERICA ?

Does it matter, we are both rough cast, changeable , and not fragile

unity in our imperfections ? If we’re talking about Glass, for sure

Man requires more work!


The Voice of Joyce: Central Park

May 14, 2015

Photo on 5-14-15 at 12.01 PMAs friends of the park, we were invited to the Boss Tweed route.

We checkd-in with Conservancy staff at the Dairy Visitor Center & Gift Shop at 5:30 pm on Monday (map attached). The tours will concluded with wine and sweets back at the Dairy, which will remained open for guests  interested in taking advantage of their 20% member discount.

If interested in contributing to The Central Park Conservancy, please contact Rebecca.  If you can donate, if you can’t, don’t even think about it, get outside and enjoy the Park.  There’s baseball, dog walks, rambles and even food stands, though you could of course veg out and enjoy a good book with your own food and wine!  Have a great day!

Rebecca Sullivan | rsullivan@centralparknyc.org
Associate Director of In-Park Philanthropy and Membership | Central Park Conservancy
14 East 60th Street | New York, NY 10022 | Tel: 212.310.6607
centralparknyc.org | Follow: @centralparknyc | Like: facebook.com/centralparknyc

The Dairy Map - Boss Tweed 5.11.15


The Voice of Joyce: Central Park Conservancy

May 14, 2015

Photo on 5-14-15 at 12.01 PMDear followers:

I’ve recently had the privilege to see Central Park through “the eyes and feet” of members and patrons.  On Monday, I took the route laid out in the Park, developed by Boss Tweed in the 1870’s.  The establishment of the Park, our City’s treasure, pre dates Robert Moses and the grand vision that has become Central Park.  It was a pleasure to walk the 3.25 mile loop from the Dairy to the Zoo and back!  Enroute our group caught sight of so many people using the Park’s facilities, a haven of Peace and greenery in an otherwise frenetic world.  Enjoy!

The attached map, details a clever path through the park, accompanied by movies and performances chosen by The Creative Organization.  This will be open to the Public after Friday evening.

:Drifting in Daylight Exhibit Map

<Drifting in Daylight Exhibit Map.pdf>


PUBLIC ADVOCACY: Thank you, dear followers

March 24, 2015
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photo 3/24/15

Hi there”
I’ve just accepted approximately 25 Comments for a response within the next few days. Thank you dear followers for your supportive words of encouragement.

With your help, “the Voice of Joyce”, continues to broadcast our thoughts and wishes for a “better” society, here and abroad. I’m in the process of consolidating my Blog Posts and turning the first 2.5 years into an eBook. Please look for it on the Web. I’ll notify everyone of it’s availability.

Meanwhile, I’ll continue to bring you the news and events that we believe are important. I await your support for “we the People” as we grow as a Community, realizing that “Politics effects Us”.

Are you ready to join me as Citizen Lions, making Social Media and “We the People” a force for change? Let me know! If not now?
When?

Wishing you a brighter day! All the best. Joyce


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