Saturday, June 9, 2018

REMEMBER's not fair

I write as I run. My thoughts are a million miles a minute, Here they come...
I've been so silent for so long. Because I knew the emotions would absolutely flood me.

And now here we are.


Hello. Wake Up. No One EVER said life would be fair. SO GRIN and Bear it.

Yesss....I stay silent as I scream to the moon.

I wish I could write more often. I wish I could just sit here and spill all my thoughts to the Universe, Could you imagine how freeing that would be??????

My life chases me.

There are so many thoughts I kick around in my chaotic mind

OKay,,,,give me a moment here, as I breathe....

Spinning, endlessly, amongst the boundaries of the Universe.

I'm constantly wondering
But my thoughts remain within myself.

And now it's a new song

Yes, I loose myself.
Into the music I go.
Spinning, Moving, Not Being Still
then I would have to remember...

life is about living in the moment..

Don't Open Your Eyes.
In Time.
Don't Ever, Ever

I told You.
Close Your Eyes.
Close Your Eyes.
Close Your Eyes.




Monday, December 11, 2017

Holiday, Hearts and Home Benefit Concert Fundraiser for Puerto Rico relief efforts is TONIGHT!

Don't miss this amazing one night only benefit concert at Arena Stage, 1101 Sixth Street, SW, Washington, DC, to assist with relief efforts to Puerto Rico! 

Holiday-Hearts-and-Home benefit concert is TONIGHT, Monday, December 11th, 2017 at 7pm. All ticket and cash bar sales will go towards supporting local chef Jose' AndrĂ©s’ charity World Central Kitchen ( as well as #ChefsForPuertoRico, providing relief efforts to Puerto Rico following the destructiveness of Hurricane Maria.

Tickets are available at the door this evening or online for $40: Holidays Hearts and Home benefit concert for Puerto Rico.

Victor Wisehart is the actor, who currently plays Charley, the Fix it Man, in the Pajama Game, that spearheaded this fundraiser event. Holidays, Hearts, and Home was created by, directed and produced by Victor Wisehart. I spoke to him about this event, after seeing him perform in the The Pajama Game at the Arena Theater, a week ago. "It is important to give back to the community and do good when the opportunity arises."

It will be a magical evening! Hosted by four-time Helen Hayes Award-winner Ed Gero and featuring amazing talent, who are cast members from The Pajama Game, as well as, guest stars of the Washington, D.C. area theater community, including Natascia Diaz, Britney Coleman and Tim Rogan. They will be performing beloved holiday classics and musical theater songs.  

METRO: Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater is only one block from the Waterfront-SEU Metro station (Green Line). When exiting the station, walk west on M Street toward Sixth Street, and the main entrance to the Mead Center is on the right.

PARKING: Parking is available in Arena Stage’s on-site garage for $22 on a first-come, first-served basis. Patrons can also park at the Public Parking Garage at 1101 Fourth Street, one block from the Mead Center, for $14.

Saturday, November 11, 2017

How are you?


Hello, there.

It's been awhile.

I just checked in, since 4/10/17. And you guys are still stopping by.

I have to say...that Boston Marathon charity team, well, I'm still processing. I should probably be in therapy. I SO want to post "Confessions of a Boston Marathon Charity Runner."

And, of as, right now, I'll leave it at that, because I simply do not have the energy or time but maybe, one day. Right now, I would advise you to stay away. If you need me to elaborate, I'd be happy to respond to a personal message.

And here we are, at 3 in the morning. WoW! It's a partay on my blog!

I'm all over the place. I've had the yearning to write but I always seem to be falling asleep in my contacts.

I just need to write. It's in my soul. I need to let it go. Like when I listen to live music and I become a dancing queen.

Pain. Doctors. Tears. Healing.

For the first time since December 2009, I DO NOT HAVE A RACE ON MY CALENDAR! I sorta feel like I'm floating in outer space.

confession: I'm #11 on the Umstead 100 Miler waiting list. Would I go if they said
"You're up"??? Hell ya. And my goal would be to make it past the 50 mile line. I haven't ran more than 5 miles since September but that's how I rock n roll.


Hey, did you see Shalane Flanagan WINNING the NYC marathon?? YES, this is amazing. But what is even more amazing is that she is a foster Mom. You win my heart. I was once, a long time ago, in foster care. It was the highlight of Boston, to meet Shalane and tell her THANK YOU.


More and more, I whisper this to myself as I chase a career that is full of rejection and self doubt. Be true to yourself, I keep saying over and over again, as I submit one more self audition tape.

The truth is I've been very lucky these past two years and have worked really, really hard to be where I am in my acting career and there is a stepping stone that is next that I'm not so sure of...

I'm either ALL IN or all out.

My world is spinning in all sorts of directions. But for the first time in a long time I realized I don't have anything I am truly looking forward to or excited to cross off my bucket list.

As I stay quiet and reflect, more and more, my inner voice yells "run for office."

And these are just a few thoughts.........