Daily Archives: April 1, 2013


Today, I accepted a job offer.  It’s in a far away state, in a city that my husband and I have never even visited, but we’re excited beyond belief. When the dust has settled a bit and detail are in … Continue reading


I haven’t been here for the Longest Time…

I’ve been feeling a little brittle lately. Overall, things are good. But it feels as though the bad news has been stacking up- things that, on their own, can be taken in stride but when piled together seem to generate … Continue reading

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A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer

On Thursday, MSPP held its performance of Eve Ensler’s A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer, an event that I co-directed with my friend Erika. In some ways, I am glad that the event is over as it was … Continue reading

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The beauty of messing up

In our Groups Theory & Process class last week, our professor reminded us of the importance of making mistakes. If we aren’t making mistakes, we are not challenging ourselves, and we are not learning. And, we are role models for … Continue reading