The human voice is a funny thing. We singers are often reminded that our voices can have a shelf life…particularly those of us of the female persuasion, since hormones play a big role in vocal production. Now that I have hit the ripe “old”
Some of you may know that I am the Music Director of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire. This year has been my first full year in that position (last year, I held the job jointly with someone else).
When I was a kid, my dad took me camping to Yosemite almost every summer. I’m sure he only took me on easy hikes when I was younger, but when I got to be a teenager, he wanted to take
Kauai is overrun by chickens. To say “overrun” is probably an understatement; as far as I can see it, there are so many of them that they probably have seats in the local government.
“Tell me, what is the appeal of ziplining?”
After we said goodbye to my mom, we left the island of Oahu and hopped on over to Kauai.
I have a few days’ worth of posts to fit into this one, folks. Hopefully I can keep it (somewhat) brief.
One of the reasons we visit Hawaii regularly is to see my mother, who lives here on Oahu.
It’s been more than a year since I’ve posted anything…and now I am on vacation, so the travel posts will be coming around pretty often, so strap yourselves in! I’ve got a lot of catching up to do. Our flight
Back in September, when I was rehearsing La bohème, I got this text from a fellow chorister: Many of us had been furiously studying our music over the past week, getting ready for staging rehearsals, when we had to be