Monthly Archives: May 2013

For the Strength of Youth

For the Strength of Youth Age is relative.  In our society we are generally so quick to segregate ourselves into generations that can’t understand one another.  The “older generation” doesn’t have a clue what the “younger generation” is going through.  … Continue reading

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Kathleen Turner’s vocal wannabe

Kathleen Turner’s vocal wannabe Yesterday I arose at three in the morning to make it to a 4:30am. crew call to check-in a hundred extras.  For those who work in film, you know this is not unusual.  Heinous and insane, … Continue reading

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Just Grateful. That’s all.

Thank You for reading this.  Really, I’m so very grateful whenever anyone visits my blog for any reason.  Thank you, Maria, for always responding to my posts in some way.  And Thank you, M.A., for always “liking” whatever I post … Continue reading

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Like Muppets for Teachers

Like Muppets for Teachers Let’s talk about teachers for a minute.  No doubt that everyone has their favorites as well as their least liked.  I’ve mentioned a bit about my piano teachers in “People I’m Thankful for Even Though I … Continue reading

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Vagabond – Travel Leg 1

Vagabond Twelve times in twelve years.  And not just any twelve years: my first twelve years of life.  That’s how often our family moved.

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