I’m over at The Mudroom today writing about how even if I’m not blogging I’m still making meaning with the everyday words. Read more. Like what you read, or want to stay in touch? Subscribe, or catch me on Facebook or Twitter.
I’ve been way overdue on sharing What I’m Into the last few months, since I’ve mostly been into running Boston Singers’ Resource, performing in The Light in the Piazza and Company, and teaching a few extra classes on top of everything else. I am working harder than I ever have in my life, but stillContinue reading >>
When the Pope Francis lovefest began early on in his papacy, I had two reactions. The first was that the little gestures that showed us his character from the outset – paying the bill at his hotel after the conclave, for example – seemed so easy and obvious after he’d done them. Why don’t leaders do theseContinue reading >>
Reposting this post on the Magi from six years ago, in honor of today’s feast of the Epiphany. In understand this poem better now. “A cold coming we had of it, Just the worst time of the year For a journey, and such a long journey: The was deep and the weather sharp, The veryContinue reading >>
Looking back over the archives, I realized it has been three years since I last wrote about choosing one intentional word to guide my year. The great team at OneWord365 encouraged me to do it in the first place; in 2013 I chose the word fuel. Looking back, the best word for 2014 and 2015Continue reading >>