Sunshine and Thank You!

Thanks to the AWESOME Starstorm of the Mixed Tape Masterpiece blog, I got nominated for a Sunshine award. Yippee! It made my day. Today, as I’m soaking in the warm California sun on our beloved Earth’s Day, I thought it appropriate to reply. A big THANK YOU to Jessseeker who ever-so-kindly nominated me for the … Continue reading

Not Forgotten

Originally posted on Choosing JOY:
She forgot to pick me up. I stood on my pink ballet shoe tip-toes squinting through the rain that ran squiggly rivers down the front lobby window. Panic slowly rising up in my chest as tutus and hair-bows disappeared behind car doors and the carpool line shrunk to zero, zilch.…

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Earth Hour 2012 | “Live Green : One Switch At A Time”

Originally posted on Shahir Ramlan:
Earth Hour is a worldwide event that is organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). More than 5,200 cities and towns in 135 countries worldwide switched off their lights for Earth Hour 2012 alone, sending a powerful message for action on climate change. Without a doubt, it’s shown how great things…

And Yet, We Thrive: Lynn Lammers on Theater, Michigan and Axl Rose

The Faces of project1979: Take Four Lynn Lammers: One talented Theater Diva. We crossed paths only briefly at Michigan State University but I’ve kept up with her ever since. It didn’t take me long to realize that she meant business: this woman is driven! The best thing about her work as a theater artist is … Continue reading

Of a lens and love: Angelo and Jennifer Merendino

The Faces of project1979, #3 photo courtesy of Claudia Hehr Photography In August 2011, Annika Kaye, a former Wheatone (my all-female, rockin’ Wheaton College a capella group) emailed me telling me about a photographic contest her friend was participating in. I would have voted regardless but when I saw the material everything in my day, … Continue reading

Originally posted on Mixed Tape Masterpiece:
Oh, R.E.M., at the time I didn’t realize that you guys were a big deal, I just enjoyed your music.  To me, you actually sounded like if the Munchkins had their own rock band.  Your lead singer had this high nasal sound that could have been straight from Munchkinland,…

Vikrant Lal: Tasting the Science of Love

I met Vikrant in 2003 when he arrived on my doorstep (or, more accurately, he arrived at my door after 7 flights of 400-year-old stairs) in Naples, Italy which was in full summer swing. He was on a tour of Europe with his Glee club and I hosted him and two of his friends (one of … Continue reading

The Actioning of Easter

I’m in full preparation mode. Writing, Planning, Rehearsing and…moving. In the middle of packing, Easter happened. The weekend of elected insanity started on Friday, a group of people from all ages and nationalities came to my house for a potluck, a send-off for my friends from India, Vietnam and Bali who are going back to … Continue reading

Anna and her Chicago dispLAcement

Here’s Anna Keizer, Chicago-turned LA chick and writer extraordinaire for our first ever feature of “The Faces of project1979” series with a few lovely anecdotes about how she became the stellar person she is today. How did you get into blogging, writing and being your wonderful self? I always enjoyed writing as a kid, but got away … Continue reading

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