Titty Tuesday is going to be a bit different today. There won’t be as many mammaries for your viewing pleasure but there will still be plenty of eye candy. Just press play on the video player below.
- I have a few reasons for this post.
1. Scarlett is an excellent musician and a wonderful human being
2. Although I’ve never been to Burning Man, I’m fascinated by it, and for those of you like me, we can voyeur through this post together (planning to attend next year)
3. Several of my friends in NYC, London and Florida are featured in this post. Thank you Scarlett, Cain, Tanya, Nabi, Jasmine, David, Christi, Twee, Ahmed and Henry for allowing me to use your photos.
My fascination with Burning Man, aside from being a giant party in the desert with fabulous friends in outrageous costumes, is that it seems to change people and actually have a lasting effect. It would feel so liberating to disconnect from life– from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, from the job, home, pressures, stress– to have a few weeks of raw human interaction and to loosen the inhibitions a bit. It would also be lovely to be alone and quiet in the middle of nowhere. Hopefully I’ll find out next year.
Now on to Miss Scarlett…
She’s beautiful, talented, charming, stylish and hilarious. She pours herself into whatever it is she feels passion for whether it be music, dancing, fashion, etc. She works hard and it shows but she definitely has also mastered the ART of having FUN. We live in an age where many people are musicians but there aren’t a lot of “stars.” Scarlett was born to be a star. She’s intriguing, engaging and she has this energy about her that lures you in. She has sung and danced, produced and DJ’d her way to this point and I hope she continues to inspire and connect us. And let’s face it, she’s super fun to watch. Sexy ladyyyy. Scarlett is quite the starlet.
I’m so happy to share her track with you below. I was listening to this song last Saturday on repeat. I woke up around 11 AM, climbed to the roof of my Brooklyn apartment and basked under the Autumn-like Sun and cloudy blue skies. This is part of the reason I love music so much. I’m thankful that it can cause me to think- bring me to a new awareness, to heal and detox or to experience an emotion that I wasn’t originally feeling. I had a very positive uplifting morning which I took note of via Facebook (below).
Scarlett and the Pixels – Disconnected ft. Felix Da Housecat Scarlett Photographed by Thomas Woland
“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.”
Love to you.