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What a Woman Will Do – A Song

  • October 30, 2018

What a woman will do ... to grow, to sustain strength, to foster independence and shedding light ... Inspired by a desire to weave the emotional threads of a personal journey with that of so many women who resonate with…

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Joy – A Poem

  • October 20, 2018

joy can be elusive hiding behind a forest or thoughts, or mindsets encrusted with the familiar it peeks through like sunlight through tree limbs, leaves, crackling branches on a windy day downpours can drown out its expression yet it is…

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New beginnings

  • September 7, 2018

I am moved to greet this season with hopefully post-worthy thoughts and inspirations. I was so taken by this mezuzah I found, that I switched out my original to another doorpost. The tradition of marking the entrances of home with…

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Eulogy for Abraham

  • August 6, 2018

Blogging as a public journal is a way to help process many things and grief is no exception. Whenever Abraham ventured out for feline adventures, my heart would grip in fear of losing him. Now my fears have been faced…

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A “Love of Learning” Angel

  • July 6, 2018

This week my daughter's thesis was officially published, as first author in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. It's a huge achievement, a culmination of the most ardent efforts and eschewing of typical lifestyle I have ever seen or…

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Some singing this spring ….

  • May 7, 2018

For those who have been asking where and when I'll be singing, I've got some updates. As the dust settles from my move I've been dusting off my songs and decided to showcase some of the work I've done to…

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Memorializing Earth Day

  • April 22, 2018

April 22, 2007 the day My Dad returned to the Earth he loved and revered for all its mysterious ways, the ways he learned to build and create and connect in the largest ways possible ... remembering him with love…

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Something to Sing About

  • April 9, 2018

Inspiration is such an amazing phenomenon. Thinking back to when I first met my friend Lisa, it’s hard to imagine her not having brought her story of CMV into the conversation. It’s not so much that it defines her, as…

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