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Lyrics: CONSTELLATION by Loving Caliber

It’s 2 am and I can’t fall asleep

I’m just not tired

Thinking about the days we used to shine

When we were young

I told you that we should start a band

and reach for the sky

It’s 2 am and I can’t fall asleep

Cause I’m not tired

I can hear the raindrops falling

It’s cold outside

And i kind of feel like calling

But It’s to late now

I just miss you

I just miss you (Verse)

We were such a constellation, right?

Know you’d agree

Made a reputation for ourselves

At age eighteen

We had the devil on our shoulders telling us

What we should do

I wonder if you think about me too

I can hear the raindrops falling

It’s cold outside

And i kind of feel like calling

But It’s to late now

I just miss you

I just miss you.



Song: Constellation

Artist: Loving Caliber

Video by Taryn Elliott from Pexels

Video by CityXcape from Pexels

Music Licensed to YouTube by Epidemic Sound (on behalf of Epidemic Sound)

Constellation Video designed & produced by MarieGConsulting Vlog

Can’t Fall Asleep at 2 AM?

Empire State Building

The tower was lit green in honor of the New York Restoration Project.

Empire State Building

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “TRIO.”

Right after work on Friday, November 20th, I dropped by Macy’s Herald Square to pick up my online order. While waiting at the Pick Up Counter, I was surprised by “Ms. G! I know it’s you who ordered this.” It was Yvette, my former high school student who now works at Macy’s. What are the odds of meeting someone you know in an island that serves approximately 4 million people on a typical weekday? Believe. 

As I egressed through the store’s 34th St. exit, I was mesmerized by the Empire State Building’s green tower light. Amidst the hustle and bustle of rush hour, I could not help but pause, admire, and capture the view using my iPhone. 

The Empire State Building is New York City’s emblem as the ‘seat of empire,’ heart of the wealthiest American City, and beacon of colors of America’s melting pot.

SEAT OF EMPIRE: New York has been notably known as the Empire State. What could be a more fitting symbol of this nickname than the Empire Sate Building? The Empire State Building is a 102-story skyscraper located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, on Fifth Avenue between West 33rd and 34th Streets.

HEART OF THE CITY. The Empire State Building’s 86th and 102nd floor observatories provide breathtaking 360° views of New York City and beyond. Hence, the building is also known as the heart of The City of New York – ‘the most American of all the country’s cities’ and deemed as the largest and wealthiest American City for the past two centuries.

TOWER OF LIGHTS. The international icon of the New York Skyline, the Empire State Building’s Tower of Lights has maintained a unique and symbolic lighting displays, since 1976, to recognize various occasions and organizations throughout the year. I’d like to view the Tower of Lights as a cultural symbol – a beacon of colors – with New York City being the most ethnically diverse urban center in the country. The tower’s colors could mean a call to action, a celebration, or thanksgiving for both residents and visitors alike, in this concrete jungle of a city that is widely recognized as America’s melting pot.

Views of New York City from the Empire State Building's 86th Floor Observatory


Which Three Concepts Does New York City’s Empire State Building Symbolize?

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “No Apologies.”

I really admire people who take a good care of their physicality. Healthy food, exercise! I admire their focus, stamina, and commitment! It takes a lot of willpower for me to give up my daily menu of rice, chicken, and more. Should I apologize for good food? Take a pick from my faves at Sala One Nine, an authentic Spanish restaurant in the Flatiron district.


Food, My Guilty Pleasure!