This is the episode that nearly broke me. I was looking forward to watching the show online today, but only a quarter of the way through, I felt a panic attack coming on. I paused the show and placed an emergency phone call to my oldest sister, Jenny. Jenny had already watched the episode, and knew … Continue reading Downton Abbey, Season 6, Episode 2: Pigs
This Saturday: lots of great indie folk, indie rock, World and Americana music, good local grass-fed beef burgers out at the family farm. You should come if you can!
Not too long ago (June, to be exact), my friend Mary Faino and I released a book through her small press, Paper Mermaid Press. It's called A Day in Rockport, and highlights some of the gems, hidden and otherwise, of this coastal New England village. Mary illustrated the book and I wrote the text. It … Continue reading A Book Party!
A few weeks ago my brother, who is a songwriter and musician, and my niece and nephews, who have a band and play with my brother for as many of his gigs as they can, stayed at our house for a week while they did some recording and made a few stops on their Northeast … Continue reading Making Music with the Family
Today is the greatest feast day on the calendar (The "-mas" in Christmas literally means feast in Latin). The day which conveys, above all other days, the spirit of generosity and fellow-feeling. So it seems fitting to share a few images from a dinner which took place on December 14th at Flatrocks Gallery which took … Continue reading Feast!
I've been making stuff again. Just in time for a rash of upcoming events, which I'll tell you about in another post. Right now...can't...write...much...more. Aren't you glad, secretly, just a bit, that you don't have to read my usual twenty paragraphs of convoluted text? Yes you are. It's Friday, the end of a long week. … Continue reading New Stuff