What Time is IT?

What time is it? It’s BIRTHDAY TIME! Come dance with me… …because it’s my first day of being thankfully, fully in my mid-30’s and I am feeling grateful that I made it. This song exemplifies what I feel on this perfect cloudy London day. I sing it nearly every day: This year which has  stretched … Continue reading

Things we like about 2013

This year, let’s celebrate you! Nearly three precious weeks of 2013 have been consumed. Putting all New Year’s resolutions aside, I asked the question: What is your favorite thing about 2013 so far? Answers ranging from simple to delicious, it is clear that there is a lot sparkling during this dark, stormy and often blues-inspiring … Continue reading

Dance Walking, Inspiring Monday!

New Year, New Point of View? Get those shoes on and dance walk your way to a happy 2013! Yes and YES! Here’s to a great start to your week…a little something called Dance Walking made famous by two folks of the project1979 persuasion. Enjoy! I think Jane would approve, don’t you? http://www.facebook.com/project1979

project1979 thanks you!

Here’s a short collage of a year in review. Enjoy! http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NY5_S4hBK0c     HAPPY NEW YEAR AND THANK YOU ALL!!!! http://www.facebook.com/project1979

Reality Check

Dear my greatest generation, Today a friend of proeject1979 posted this on my wall today: Edward Scissorhands: I was in awe of that gorgeous snow scene. Loved JD and Winona fiercely. Felt enchanted out of my 10-year-old awkward world…Wait? I was 10? 10 years old? How did this happen? How do these others make you feel? I … Continue reading

This Side of the Moon

Sarah Moon.  We met at The Indy Convergence, stayed in a hostel together for two weeks and shared puppetry, music, and Flashdance (she was in the original cast). She’s amazing (of course!) and the following post is about her life and how she’s just left a secure job to go for her dreams. I hope … Continue reading

Travel Log #4: Dream Big

Traveling back in time today. About a year ago I made this video: Here are some from around that time: (How many people have worn these pants since?   (photo credit Kate Crafton) This last photo was taken almost exactly a year ago at a wedding for  a dear friend. I reconnected with a bunch … Continue reading

The Magical Mystery Tour: The Geo Metro Takes on Interstate 15

Four days ago I ventured from my now hometown to “return” to my childhood hometown . Part experiment/part insanity/part grace I am going to be spending six weeks with Mike and Rena (photoblog!photoblog!). It’s going to be awesome! The theme: music. Oh, and work my tail off writing grants and getting the web series pilot ready. … Continue reading

Wednesday Music Video Mash-up

Why not? Asked this question on the FB page for the web series pilot we’re working on: What was your  favorite childhood/adolescent video? Here’s a playlist brought to you directly from our lovely project1979 FB community! Enjoy 🙂 I didn’t choose them (okay, except for the last three) but love them all. Viva the MTV generation! … Continue reading

Suddenly, Susan

Faces of project1979 returns with a trailblazer! First thing on the brain today: Susan. I haven’t technically interviewed her and might not get the chance but since it is my blog I get to bend the rules 🙂 Here’s a mention of her lovely self back in January: https://project1979.wordpress.com/2011/12/28/the-battles-three-women-inspire/ Susan came to Rome after I had done project1979 … Continue reading

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