In my desire to practice more writing this summer, I took the opportunity to take notice of my surroundings in a quiet moment and create a little piece of prose.
This episode shares the experience of someone diagnosed with Bipolar I Disorder, and how his Thespian experience provided the community he needed to navigate some dark times in his life.
I usually stay away from political or current event-related posts. In light of the recent spate of mass-murders, I needed to write about this.
Some quick thoughts I have for the beginning of 2022. Happy and healthy new year to all!
I bid you comfort and joy this holiday season.
Back in April 2020, as COVID was ravaging our world's self-concept, I turned to Facebook for connection, information, and entertainment (shame on me, but I digress...). I had been creating singing videos (I was actually a singer in another life). Teaching high school dance, theatre and PE tends to wreak havoc on the vocal cords,… Continue reading Strong Women
The other day, I was looking at Facebook (like I often do) and I noticed a conversation on someone’s post where someone referred to “all the BLM people.” As though they are one and the same, and all evil. There was mention of the opportunities that are available and how Black people choose not to… Continue reading We Must Be Willing To Learn
I am... A mother. A wife. A teacher. An adult gymnast. An aerialist. A runner. A director and choreographer. An author. A composer. A playwright. A visionary. An ally. A friend. When we think of ourselves, we describe ourselves in terms we think people will understand. Keep it simple, don't blather on - no one… Continue reading Who am I?