Fun person to be with; has been said to
be unconditionally gentle
Single - Divorced
11th Great Grandmother buried in Newport, Rhode Island, Frances Latham, known as the mother of governors; Love my two brothers Phil and Joe and their kids. Also have a younger brother with lots of potential who wanders alone.
Scorpio (Oct 24 - Nov 21)
Angel- two wings
Live with pets
I am a good person, a good singer,
and I work very hard.
Art and Music
Abuse of humanity, especially children.
People who need to work on themselves an
who don't and as a result make life difficult for those around them. Difficult people who attach themselves to easy going people because nobody else can handle being around them too long.
People who feel unnecessarily entitled.
Check out Elyse's most recent article at http://www.babybloomermagazine.com/magazine/index.php/news/article/adam_shepard_and_the_rebirthing_of_an_american_dream/ And watch Adam Shepard introducing his new book, Scratch Beginnings, on the Today Show next week Tuesday monring at 10 a.m . EST.
New Album on the Horizon
This month has been a month of new projects for me, including the
completion of my most recent album, Faces of the Diva, to be released
this spring. Look for it online soon and let me know if you want to
be put on the list for a copy once the album is available in hard copy.
Last night I had another recurring dream abut a woman I used to work with when I taught at BU, a woman of unquestionable dignity and great spirit and wonderful soul. Her name was Sandy and she had a whole in her heart. Why I have recurring dreams of her, I cannot understand. Or maybe I do. Whatever the case, my thoughts are with her now, and her courage years ago as she faced some rather periolous surgery. I only regret not getting to know her better. She was a good person. This brings me to some thoughts about how some of us cry in a sound booth, sobs and weeping unheard. ...
Blindness. What if you discovered that a very normal and natural part of aging could in a small percentage of cases, blind you if not treated immediately and even if you
were? What if your vision, something so wonderful that you take for granted were
suddenly threatened, with symptoms that are possibly those of impending
retinal detachment, symptoms that occur spontaneously, but that test the delicate
balance of your life?
Then you might think. You might begin to wonder, what would I do? What if I lost
sight in one eye? How would I live? How would I be treated and what if I...