As I watch tiny flakes fall from the German sky, I think to myself… “Let it snow!”
Snow shouldn’t excite me as much as it does. I still can’t help but feel excited when I see it, though, especially since I’ve been living in warm places for the past five years. Not counting Thanksgiving 2014, when my husband Bill and I ran into an aberrant snowstorm that dumped a couple of inches in Virginia, […]
I’m going to the States next week for Thanksgiving. It’s stressing me out.
You know how it is, right? If you don’t, count yourself lucky. The holidays are upon us and for many people, that means things are about to get stressful. I try to maintain a sense of humor about these things because stressful family gatherings are just a fact of life. Since I use music as a coping tool, […]
James Taylor’s Feel The Moonshine is a CD of a live radio broadcast from Pittsburgh’s Syria Mosque in July 1976…
I pride myself on my collection of music by James Taylor. I have loved his music for most of my life and always make an effort to buy his albums and collections, unless they are different versions of things I already own. I have seen him in concert twice, which may not seem impressive. […]