This is one of my go to pics when I get stressed.
I know they are the US elections which only allows citizen of the USA to vote but everyone in the world gets affected.
The rest of the world just looks on helplessly wishing we could vote - not just this recent election but I wanted to vote since 1992 when Ross Perot clinched the deal for the other Clinton.
I will listen to any political leaning no matter what they are but not to vote is what bewilders me.
Whether you are happy or sad at the result, it is a tense time for all.
Millie is of drinking and voting age now but still looks at me wondering what the hell I am doing.
I didn't let the
post Saatchi advertising,
Naomi Klein only in spirit but we do nothing,
but think we are all so clever marketing
put me off my delicious Franco Manca pizza
that finally opened near my house.
I have so many pictures of leaves and yet not one captures the real beauty.
I think Millie's favourite season is autumn too as she loves chasing the squirrels.
There is a carpet store on Piccadilly called Essie that I can never pass by without admiring their carpets.
They always have such beautiful pieces.
I know there are many who prefer Kings Road but I will leave that for the Sloane Rangers.
I am firmly a Mayfair Marcher.
No pictures of the inside because I am hoping they aren't finished yet because it was a bit sparse on the sparkle.
I still can't get over how mainstream some of his art was.
So not punk.
Do not miss the exhibition at the Royal Academy.
No pictures were allowed as usual but I have already gone twice and I plan on many more quick visits.
Jeremiah Goodman is holding an exhibit of his works in the yellow room at the soon to close Colefax Fowler.
Jeremiah Goodman has an instagram account if you are interested in interior illustrations.
I won't bother to post any pics of the prints as they won't do any justice.
If you would like to see a much better post on this exhibit,
You can then go on his feed or google the image if you are interested in the specific person's home.
I have never been to the top floor as it was never open to the public.
Most of the items have been sold.
There are about 5 pieces left for sale including the secretaire below.
There is also some art but the half empty state has really hit that the lease is finished on the famous former home of Nancy Lancaster.
Have a lovely weekend x