Both All Our Wrong Todays and my Yom Kippur reflections showed me how much more comfortable I am in my own skin I am now. That is something to be thankful for.
Back when I was dancing, my life was hyper-organized. It had to be. I was working full-time and between training with Kurt and practicing on my own, I was dancing twenty hours a week. During my dancing career, each weekend day I prepared double-batches for dinner, measuring and freezing up the leftovers. Quickly I ended… Continue reading Do What Works
This past weekend was a life-changing experience. I attended the SDSU Writers' Conference - two full days of opportunities to learn about the craft and business of writing, and to network with authors, agents, and publishers. Based on past (non-writing) conference experience, I almost skipped the opening keynote speaker, Jonathan Maberry. Typically, those addresses are… Continue reading Writers’ Conference