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Don’t Believe Me…

January 1, 2013

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(It’s been several months, so I’m rusty… I hope you don’t mind that I’m writing again… and if you do, well, I’ll let you deal with that.) Please don’t believe me. Or even listen to me as if I know anything about anything. I’m just guessing here, making various choices based on my own experiences […]

The Glory of a Pencil

May 30, 2012

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Have you ever stopped and looked at a simple pencil? Who came up with this incredible piece of art? It is functional, utilitarian, practical. Able to create, change, adapt, destroy. But it is also beautiful, aesthetically designed to flow and function, capable of handling mistakes and correcting them. It’s beauty lies in its simplicity of […]

February 5, 2012

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Originally posted on Wayfarer:
Studying lines for a production “The Servant of Two Masters” I have a confession to make. I was a theatre major in college (yes, complete with the snooty but appropriate “re” spelling). I’ll wait for you to stop snickering. Judson University (it was Judson College when I attended), the small liberal arts…

Confessions of a (non) dancer

November 29, 2011

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Edited: Saw the quote below from a dancer I know – She saw it on a T-shirt – I had to put it up here. “Great dancers are not great because of their technique, they are great because of their passion.” – ‘borrowed’ from Maggie Jo Homer w/ Permission I can’t dance. It’s a true […]