A Very Sordid Wedding

The weekend after the symphony concert on March 4th, Steve and I met up at LAX to drive down to Palm Springs for the world premier of A Very Sordid Wedding. We chose to drive because the flights from LAX to Palm Springs, though short, are insanely expensive. We now know why. No matter what it costs, FLY! We were… Continue reading

San Francisco or Bust

At the beginning of the month, we headed out to San Francisco for a symphony concert (March 4th). I was especially looking forward to this concert, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas. I didn’t know that he would be presented with a recognition from the symphony: This was his 1,500th program at the symphony. His first was in 1974! Additionally, I… Continue reading

R.I.P: Conrad the Kat (Our Beast)

It is with profound sadness that I tell you our dear Kat, Conrad, who we affectionately called “Beast” is no longer with us. He lived a long and happy life: 17 years and 4 months. We absolutely adored him. Well, everyone who met him adored him. Conrad was the friendliest cat I’ve ever known. He knew no strangers. He would… Continue reading

Attention GA Educators

Betsy DeVos is not a friend of public education. She wants to privatize public schools! Think your job is difficult now? Wait until you’re working for a corporation that is driven by profits and not students! The expectation at this time is that Betsy DeVos will get enough votes to become Secretary of Education. But I hear that key Republican… Continue reading

Attention All Educators

It’s taken me a long time to do the research, write the articles, and then shoot the videos. But I’m unveiling them today. This is very important information for my colleagues around the world. If you are an educator, you need to know this. You need to take action! For my colleagues in Georgia: The expectation at this time is… Continue reading