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Monthly Archives: April 2014
Rufus Wainwright, library paths, fresh air, 3 pounds, and Hangover…
“What was your favorite part of vacation?” I know I do not get questions like that but I love them. Why? It makes me think as a person as well, and not take the moments I tend to forget, memorable … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged 30 minute music hour, Candy Kitchin, Chapel Branch, Hangover, Kate McGarrile, Keurig, Keurig Snapple, Loudon Wainwright, Loudon Wainwright III, Macy's Washington D.C., NOMA, npr music, NPR Office, Rufus Wainwright, Salt Water Taffy, Saucony, United Airlines, US Airways, Vince Morris Trail Leave a comment
Rubin Carter, Roda, freedom, and aspiring.
Rubin Carter – wow. After listening to NPR and discovering the amazing story of Rubin Carter – his 20 years prison term that was unfairly unconvicted of – wow, I can barely say much about story that speaks for itself and … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Alison Schwinn, Bethany Beach, Boston Marathon, Charlotte, Chilis, Freedom To Read Foundation, Heartbleed, Korean ferry, Liquid Assets, Malaysian Airflight, N.C., Nanticoke Watershed Conservancy, National Novel Writing Month, Roda Studio, Rubin Carter, Takoma Park, Washington D.C. 1 Comment
Becoming a part of the bigger picture…
As I spend my third day in Takoma Park, MD, ready to head to DE tomorrow, I find what is even more exciting is seeing the creative projects around me that make life more enriching and fulfilling. It would be … Continue reading
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Peruvian gold, DANCE!, “cool”, Cherry Blossoms, rain, snow?, and Cool ideas…
What to do on a day that involved heavy rains but a chance to explore the D.C. area? First in my mind was… The National Geographic Museum with a fascination of photography and exploring other areas and then my … Continue reading
Kelly, George Clinton and Holiday Inn?
On my way now waiting for my 11:40 AM flight to IAD, I thought… How funny and nice it was to have Kelly, the driver for Skyline cabs 704-392 0775 to pick me up and drop me off. Yes, there … Continue reading
A walk in the park, is NOT just a walk in the park…at least in Mexico…
El Niñopan o Niñopa. Ever hear of it? Me either until this morning (Sunday morning). Relishing the ability to sleep in, and yet, getting things done around the house on my time, amid a sunny and beautiful day, I did … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Charlotte, Juliet Naked, NC, Nick Hornby, Ninopan, Parque Rio, Whisky River, Xochomilco Leave a comment
:)Off into the Broad blue yonder!
It’s everywhere! Yes that is right, the last two days spent with the SRU students at the Basilica, then the next day at the Frida Kahlo Museum, Coyoacan, and Xochimilco, I love that I am from SRU! The student teachers … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Basilica, Coyoacan, Frida Kahlo, Slippery Rock University, Xochimilco Leave a comment
Retro blogging and smiling
As I cleaned off the dining room table of receipts that represented past weeks and months of experiences, sifting through receipts, thank you’s birthday cards and more, I realized, there are are some crucial items that I needed to recognize … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Baltimore Aquarium, Basilica, Bogota, Charlotte, Colombia, Pelagic Life, Slippery Rock Univeristy, Washington D.C. 1 Comment
Street pianos, transparent kindness, dreams.
Have you noticed the pianos in Mexico? No? Placed in 44 cities around the WORLD, you will see them in Parque Luis Cabrera, Espana, Mexico, and even Parque Rio. I loved seeing the stranger that walks by and sits … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Jodi Katsafanas, Parque Cabrera, Parque Rio, Repentino. magazine, Tom Gordon 1 Comment