Brand New Dance Video from Timberlake!

It's raining again. The weather is gloomy and I'm on my second cup of coffee. Between yawns, I checked my Tweetable list on Twitter and BAM! I was up and dancing. Mashable shared Justin Timberlake's newest single, "Can't Stop the Feeling." The feeling is contagious. The random everyday people dancing to his new song in... Continue Reading →

Cher Abstracted

There is something about theatrical lighting that transforms a performance. Geometric patterns create new spaces. They embrace the stage projecting structure in a facade. They appear in dramatic form and texture and then transform like a vaporous ghost into something quite different. Imagination is the only limitation. To say that I pounced on free tickets... Continue Reading →

When There Are No Words

I never have writer's block. Words pop into my mind all day and all night in my dreams. They pop out of my mouth when I least expect it. Ask anyone. Tell me to pick ONE word to symbolize 2016 and I go blank. Diana S. Schwenk from Talk to Diana and The Bloggess brought the one... Continue Reading →

Now Everyone Can Sing Happy Birthday!

In 1893, Patty and Mildred Hill composed the Good Morning Song and sang it to Patty's kindergarten class. In 1922, the sisters published the Everyday Song Book containing the Good Morning and Birthday Song. The Summy Company bought the rights in 1935. For the next eighty years royalties have been collected for singing the popular tune. When Warner/Chappell bought... Continue Reading →

Singing my tune at Clay’s!

Last Tuesday at Making the Days Count, I shared a little irony about the first record I bought. No, it's not Carole King's Tapestry, although my hair looked like that for a while. Stop by and check out what I used to illustrate at the VA Hospital and how six degrees of separation can become one. Read... Continue Reading →

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