I wish I could regale you all with stories of adventure and excitement. I wish I had tons of photos on this, my third day on the island of Maui. Certainly the last time we went to Maui, we had
One morning not too long ago, I was standing in the kitchen of the Folger Guest House in Washington, DC, speaking to one of the founders of the Folger Consort about technology. He was lamenting about how we were all
As I write this, I’m 30,000 feet somewhere above the continental United States, making my way home all too quickly. And now that my vacation has ended, perhaps it is time for a few lists of my observations (and rants)
I have passed the halfway point in this vacation, so I figured now might be time to take stock in the things I’ve learned so far about Maui (and give advice to anyone who might be reading this in preparation
This blog post is going to be very short, because we didn’t do much at all yesterday.
Not much to report for yesterday. I had one goal for the day: to find fresh, tropical fruit to eat. I thought it was a travesty that we had been in Maui for three days and still had not eaten
When Ray and I rented our car, the woman behind the counter asked us where we were staying. I told her we had a vacation rental. “And what town is it in?” I looked down at my iPhone for the
I have been ready to go on vacation. December is always a busy month for singers, but this year was even more busy because 1) I had rehearsals and performances from Thanksgiving through to several days after Epiphany, and 2) I had to write 5 grant applications before leaving!
Friday in Chico turned out to be all about the performing arts for me. My cousin is pretty active in the local drama groups, and he acts and directs a number of shows each year. He invited a few actors
If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you know that I’m not much of an athlete. I am pretty proud of my progress with the Body-for-LIFE program (it’s way past the 12 weeks now, but I’m 20 lbs.