And the boundaries were blurry… by Misha Lyuve

Dec 30, 2010

 So I was taking a walk (more of an obstacle course) in Central Park right after the big snowstorms a few days ago. Even with all the layers, gloves, a hat and a scarf it was still kinda chilly. And as I was climbing though snow mounts, I realized that in a year I completely forgot what winter’s like and that my toes get cold and that snow easily gets into boots and that gloves get wet……and here she was – a bride in a photo shoot; a real bride, in white, with bare shoulders, bride hair – the full bride shabadang (and even a groom hiding under a pink umbrella).

And suddenly I saw it right in front me – Life. All of it. Ridiculous.  Beautiful. Tragic. Funny. Unstoppable.

And it was up to me whether I wanted to judge, to laugh or to cry; whether I wanted to be a witness or a participant or both.

And the boundaries were blurry.


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  1. Mandy Edmund

    I participated by laughing at her. I am bad.

  2. Nutan

    Fantastic Misha

    so happy that you are expanding in all directions

    this blog is like a banner of peace

    Thank you


    Love Nutan

  3. Robert Volinsky

    I look forward to following your new blog! This is awesome!

  4. Scott Hogan

    Love it, Misha! You started this blog (if I’m not mistaken) on the day Mercury went from moving backward, then stopped and started moving forward again. It’s called Mercury Stationing Direct. This is THE most powerful time to initiate something. Just so happens it’s a your blog (mercury=writing). Pretty cool. You’ve got a lot of cosmic support for this, mine included;’) Wishing you the Happiest New Year!

    • Misha Lyuve Ru

      Thank you Scott!! This is awesome, some cosimic support never hurts!!
      Hope all is well. Lots of love. Happy 2011

  5. Laura

    Hi Mish, I am enjoying your new blog! Happy new year,

  6. Misha Lyuve Ru

    Thank you Laura! Happy New Year!