Monthly Archives: April 2014

One more sleep…

14 months ago, I learned Idina Menzel was starring in a brand new original Broadway production called If/Then, set to open spring 2014. 10 months ago, I learned Kristin Chenoweth would be doing a concert at Carnegie Hall on May … Continue reading

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Austin, my seven year-old cousin, is a pretty awesome little guy. He’s silly with the very best giggle. He’s clever, he does math without realizing it’s math. He’s determined, just watch him navigate the “one more book” bedtime negotiation. And … Continue reading

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I’ve been thinking about “starts” a lot lately. For the first 25 or so years of our life, we have to start things. Start school, start university/college, start a part-time job, start a “grown up” job. We’re more or less forced … Continue reading

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An introverted extrovert

I’m an introverted extrovert. Or maybe an extroverted introvert. I’m not sure. But I’m pretty sure I sit directly on the line between the two. For example, I get energized spending time with people I love. But at the same … Continue reading

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Redefining a beautiful picture

This past weekend, I went to a friends’ book club. Generally, I’m not great at book clubs. But in this case, I had already read the book and it really transformed the way I approach life. I was eager to … Continue reading

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