Part of the City of Albuquerque Public Arts Program since 2006 and the artist is Michael Naranjo.
I chose this photo today because I have been working really hard on my Master’s Thesis. I had to present the Thesis Proposal to the committee on March 17th. They liked the concept but felt it needed some tweaking. I gave them the resubmit that they asked for on April 7th and I found out it was approved on April 15th (All Things Are Possible ).
Having this approved is a huge weight lifted off as it means I can continue to move forward. I have 18 credits and one Master’s Thesis standing between me and my MFA in Web Design and New Media.
This piece, Positive Energy of New Mexico, was added 2007 and is part The Albuquerque Public Arts Collection. The artist is Michael Metcalfe and it is located at Louisiana Blvd and I-40.
I’ve never been but P’tit Louis Bistro and as a matter of fact I didn’t even know it existed. But, it looks like a place I’d like to try. It’s in a part of town I don’t get to very often but that has grown some in recent years. May be time to start exploring down there again.
I found this lil treasure on a wall in the Nob Hill area when I was going to Michael Thomas Coffee Roasters. I love Winnie the Pooh and friends … this made my smile!
My daughter had told me about Michael Thomas Coffee some months back but I never got around to trying them till today. They roast and blend their own coffees and the one I had today was delicious. It was a dark roast and it was smooth. Being a coffee lover I will be going back.
The service was excellent, the staff was friendly and knowledgeable, and the atmosphere was eclectic, laid-back and comfortable. Their outdoor patio was warm and inviting. Inside there were plenty of places to plug in whatever device you might be needing to plug in. A great place to just chill and enjoy your coffee.