The heart shifts--It is where the zest of life, passion is found. When it speaks, it believes, it burns, it lives, yet like a brilliant fire once the inspiration has been exhausted so has the passion. With no…

Has it really been a year?

It really has been a year since I last posted, to the day even! I giggle at the events that played out the evening of the second to last post.. The origin of the photo below and its aftermath…


The last day I blogged, March 12th, 2016, hallmarked a transition to a deeper more confident self. That fantastic evening began with a gift of VIP box office seats to see The Book of Mormon at the Saenger Theatre…

Step by Step

On Tuesday, March 8th, I walked into my home after work to find the fan has once again stilled..  The momentous Pisces eclipse made its point. I am just not entirely sure yet how to deal with it. 



These past few weeks have been fantastically cosmically driven. 

During mid-February, I had the supreme pleasure of a very dear friend of mine visiting New Orleans with her family for her birthday! The time we shared hallmarked the beginning to…


Mid-January 2016

Not even sure where to begin..

The last few months have been very demanding on me professionally. Had to evolve musically to meet deadlines, worked full-time at my day job, entertained visiting friends and did it all amid…

The Passing of a Wild Irish Rose

I just heard news ..that for some reason I could feel coming in the past couple of months.

Maureen O'Hara has passed away in her sleep. 

I cannot recall the last time, if ever, I cried at the loss…

For the love of the season, October, Oh October!

Mercury Retrograde ends in two days and I know not one who desires this charade to continue! As this transition has unfolded, for me illusion dissolved into disillusion which ultimately transformed reality for me. I feel with new found…

A literal addiction to Literature

26/9/2015   Noonish

After a decade of attending university, I graduated in the spring of 2014, and just now, a year and a half later, I have rediscovered a never forgotten yet lost passion of mine:


Reading for the shear…