Monthly Archives: April 2014

Holy Week Reflection: Confrontation

I am not a historian or Biblical scholar. I am curious and have done some study in seminary and on my own. The following is my memory of the context of the life of Jesus and Holy Week, from various … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical History, Holy ', Holy Week | 2 Comments

Katie’s Morning

Tomorrow is my day to be with my five-year-old granddaughter, Vita Luna.  Last week I read her my story about two stuffed animals that get left outside and have adventures with the other animals on the farm.  Vita asked me … Continue reading

Posted in art, children's story, dance, fantasy, music, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Update on 2014

In February, after examining some of my writings of the past five years, I set out my goals for 2014. This post is an update on how I am doing and some revisions. My goals fell in two categories: Invest … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 7 Comments

Upside-Down Art: Opera Outside the Mainstream

I am over at D.L. Mayfield’s Upside-Down Art today.  Upside-Down Art: Opera Outside the Mainstream I am in the process of publishing a collection of stories from my life.  One section of the book is five stories about major musical … Continue reading

Posted in art, life style, Memoire, opera, religion | 4 Comments