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Art in Transition 

This is a long overdue appreciation post for a craft that I love dearly and a person who helped me reach my potential in it. 555 more words


I Am a Daydreamer 

Some folks perceive daydreaming to be negative, others positive. What about you?

Well, am unashamed to admit that I am a daydreamer. Nothing wrong about it. 173 more words


But I have to pee: Don't go in the water

I remember the days of boogie boarding and catching waves. I love the ocean. I love the beach. I love how the salt and sand gets locked in your hair and creates effortless beach curls. 226 more words


Prince Alwaleed bin Talal's Seed to Grow the Future

I greatly admire the powerful message implied in the sharing of a vast fortune by Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. An act of high and supremely noble generosity… 71 more words


Living in Bulk

The first time anyone steps into Costco, it’s like entering the aftermath of the apocalypse. A behemoth bomb shelter, filled from floor to ceilings with cans and clothes and goods, endless sky-scraping shelves and aisles and overly bright lights gleaming down artificially to ensure survival, any kind of survival. 765 more words


“Man cannot live by bread alone; he must have peanut butter.”

James A. Garfield


the need to stretch

So, yesterday, during rehearsals, some of the creative team were asked to join the actors in a Viewpoints workshop and I somehow managed to find myself there. 484 more words