Unsung Heroes: Taking on Community Dance

Is there anything as inviting and intimidating as a blank page or an empty studio. I am sorry for my negligence in writing….it has been a very full fall. My pages have been filling of notes on the differences/observations/musings about teaching dance in the K-8 setting instead of high school and college. And I have … Continue reading Unsung Heroes: Taking on Community Dance

The Summer of Awakenings

Recently, I was chatting with a friend about all that has gone on this summer. It has been an emotional roller coaster for many reasons including the birth of our second child in April, my emphasis on dance writing, the worrying about an unstable job in a challenging school district, the development of new dance … Continue reading The Summer of Awakenings

“I’ve got legs!”- My take on collaboration

The good thing about marriage is the assembling of worlds, the meshing of experiences, tastes, and perspectives. The best thing of marriage is finding the infallible support system created upon that foundation. To the former, my other half introduced me to the comedy of Eddie Izzard. Life has not been the same since. There is … Continue reading “I’ve got legs!”- My take on collaboration

A Love Clear and Simple

A couple weekends ago, I bought a bar of soap. Not just any soap. The best smelling, most decadent, exfoliatingly brilliant bar of soap I’ve ever purchased (from the Olive Mill, in Saugatuk, in case you were wondering). When telling my husband about my love for this bar of soap, he said, “wow, and it … Continue reading A Love Clear and Simple