Last month Anthony Bourdain decided to leave us forever, and there was a response of affection and respect from around the entire globe. Because Anthony Bourdain was a man who truly touched lives around the world, above all because he took the time to see a people for who they are, in all aspects. He may […]
Thank you LennyLetter for the assignment that introduced me to this gem, Shakina Nayfack. I could never imagine how difficult it must be transitioning. Nayfack crossed the globe for surgery and came back, not just a woman, but a woman who got on stage to sing and share her story with humor and guts. I am so impressed by […]
I enjoyed contributing a poster to the application released today, International Woman’s Day, which reads conversations and gives data on how many times women were interrupted in conversation. Manterruption! The app creators are collecting global data, help add to the research. You can find the application for download to your phone here, www.womaninterruptedapp.com and see other posters […]
Trying to find my happy place. Remember I cannot control all the chaos around. So this year, I want more quiet moments, more tea time, more color.
My sister once pointed to a house, and told my mother, its color was happy.
Congratulations Bob Dylan, the first singer song writer to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. There is one or more song that speaks directly to the heart and soul of each of us. Of late, Hurricane has been that song for me, reflecting all the pain and injustice I see and feel passing in my dear […]
A tour through my old Pacific Northwest! I would love to be home for a visit this week, and see the lovely and Joanna Newsom. I’m not sure if it is because I was introduced to her music when I lived in Portland, but her music to me is like a rainy morning, when you […]