Uplifting & Supporting Tanya from Montreal – Artist Extraordinaire 


Today’s Forgiving Fridays: Loving My Inner 12-Year Old

Tanya from Montreal

My Artist buddy who displays her artwork at 14th street Union Square Subway station.

Tanya is seeking to rent a room in an area safe for young Ladies. If you have a reasonable price room close to Manhattan please email me at deborah.palmer280@gmail.com and I will contact Tanya. Thanks.

Working as a museum security guard I don’t have much to give but I always make sure that Tanya has a few dollars.  Tanya has a spirit of Gratitude and Thankfulness. We now share emails about once a week.

Though I was never able to have children of my own I find that God often sends me young women of all races and faiths who need encouragement. Those of us who have passed that half century mark have the benefit of maturity, perspective and experience. Young Ladies don’t always have that and need guidance from older women. I do my best to help. Sometimes young women just need a listening ear. They have pressures and stresses unique to this Digital Age.

As an Elder of the Global Community I’m here to uplift young women. I let them know that they can confide in me about anything. No shame. No guilt. No judgement. Sometimes young women fault themselves and feel like they are stupid I let them no that they are not stupid you just did not know. You did not have the information and now you do. It takes time to get to the level of courage, strength and self confidence and everyone arrives at a different time.

Let us strive to create and be a Blessing in Young Women’s Lives.


Isaiah 54:1

New International Version (NIV)

The Future Glory of Zion

54 “Sing, barren woman,
    you who never bore a child;
burst into song, shout for joy,
    you who were never in labor;
because more are the children of the desolate woman
    than of her who has a husband,”
says the Lord.



New York the City of Dreams. May All of Tanya Dreams come true. 

Repurpose | The Talking Drums




Show us something that you’ve recycled or repurposed, or an object for which you’ve discovered a clever new use.


Listen as these talented and gifted subway musicians use containers repurposed as Talking Drums and hear the audience commuters Whoops of Joy and Exaltation!! Adults and children were left smiling in awe of their outstanding performance!!



Travel theme: Paper



Travel theme: Paper

Travel theme: Paper