Project1979 and Student Loans

Here’s a little video about how Student Loans started project1979! Enjoy 🙂 http://www.facebook.com/project1979 Advertisements

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

Words to the Wise: My Dad Tackles 30

I asked my dad, baby boomer,poet and writer, former minister and college administrator, to write on being thirty. This is what he had to say: Birth to old age…    Still, I paddled my own boat. Incredibly, a voice asked,    “Where are you headed?”   from a poem of the nembutsu   Michael Bever, 1947  Listen … 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

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

Best of project1979 playlist #1: Indianapolis

I have been back in the country for ten days and a blogpost is well overdue (thank you, Jessseeker for reminding me of this is your sweet way). A surprise hospital visit, a wedding (not my own), not knowing where to begin after three months of experiences, and preparing for a webseries pilot for project1979 … Continue reading

Arrived!

Many things to say about the past ten days… Gathering no moss and at a loss for a good internet connection, I have been collecting my thoughts to share in my notebook but not yet in a nice blogpost for ya’ll. It will come! I will say this: going to the Indy Convergence and the … Continue reading

Into the Wild: the Met, Movement and Motherhood

Former Rockette Sarah Weber Gallo balances (pun intended) being a mom with her day job balleting at the Metropolitan Opera while squeezing in opportunities to create movement pieces outside of work. I met Super Sarah at the Indy Convergence a few weeks ago and understood shortly thereafter that she was a force to be reckoned … Continue reading

William Dewey on Writing: The World of Wicked Joy

Will (William) Dewey is an old college friend. We met first semester there and it stuck. I’m lucky, so lucky that he took the time to enter into this email conversation with me. He’s about to embark on a tour to present his latest book The Homeland of Pure Joy. In short, he’s awesome. Could … 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

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