April Moments

Maybe, just maybe, telling the story is just as important as the story itself

Music

IF you plan a getaway specifically to attend Idina Menzel’s new Broadway show, THEN you might end up seeing her standby… and other thoughts about a whirlwind trip to New York

Bow Bridge

During the summer of 1997, I attended a week-long camp for high school students. Focusing on vocal music and technique, the program at Miami University of Ohio featured individual, small group and large group instruction. One of the classes during that week highlighted musical theater, a genre about which I knew little more than the […]

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Discovering what ‘my best’ means

Every year I have to force myself to refrain from playing Christmas music until the first of November. I love, love, love Christmas music. It is fun and cheesy and familiar, and something about it feels like home. Because I love it so much, I have many Christmas music CDs. I’ve ripped all the music […]

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A little boy with glasses

Ever since I saw “Jerry Maguire,” I thought it would be cute to have a little boy with glasses. I mean, who didn’t love Ray when he said, “The human head weighs eight pounds”? A little more than a year ago, Elliot’s pediatrician recommended taking him to see an optometrist. It was nothing major; just […]

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G-Day

Today is G-Day. I get to meet Momastery founder and “Carry On, Warrior” author Glennon Doyle Melton, AKA “G” to her Monkees, of which I am proudly one. I know more than 70,000 other women feel like G is their soul sister, their long-lost friend, so it seems trite for me to call her those […]

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