Monthly Archives: September 2012

Singing when the evening comes…

My dear friend, Jeffrey Carter, posted a quote from his niece on his Facebook status: “Whatever may pass and whatever lies before me, let me be singing when the evening comes.” I took several favorite photos and applied this text. gfyjg

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End of the season beauty…

The flowers and plants are in their seasonal transition. The impatiens that were planted Mother’s Day weekend are now on their final journey.  They held up remarkably well through this summer’s drought, and are now beginning to lose their fullness … Continue reading

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Closing the month with SEPTEMBER SONG

Many years ago, I learned this was a favorite of Mr. Joshua Logan, and it has become my favorite each September.  SEPTEMBER SONG, composed by  Kurt Weill, with lyric by Maxwell Anderson, was introduced in 1938 in the Broadway musical, KNICKERBOCKER’S HOLIDAY, directed … Continue reading

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Birthday week…

I was unbelievably blessed this week with many greetings, cards, and gifts.  Two of my middle school students tallied the Facebook greetings on my time line and counted 791 deliveries.  My cell phone, which only contains 102 contacts boasted 517 … Continue reading

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48 Down…

At 6:03pm this evening, the exact time of my birth 48 years ago, I will officially commence my 49th year.  At 6:03pm, Mother will call, as she has every year since I left for college in 1983, to make it … Continue reading

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“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart.” Theatre professor, Debra Bruch, in her chapter, “The Experience of Theatre” from the essay A Guide to Studying the Relationship Between … Continue reading

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A Saturday at the Sea

This Saturday morning had a nice little twist to it.  We were up, showered, dressed, and out of the house by 9:45am, and eating breakfast at Panera in downtown Centerville where we were joined by Amy Kress, and her youngest … Continue reading

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