What is “voice”? It’s what comes out of our mouths when we speak, the reverberation of air through our vocal cords that makes particular sounds, with a pitch and a timbre, a tone and a frequency. But is that all it is? Is it the expression of our unique style, whether spoken or written (or even […]
Breakfast With Santa, December 3, 2016 On the day after Thanksgiving, the Pfister Christmas tree was lit and Santa arrived to the applause of adults, the squeals of children, and the caroling of madrigals in the packed lobby. But Santa didn’t return to the North Pole right away. Instead, for the next three Saturdays, Mr. […]
HUMANS OF THE PFISTER | NOVEMBER 2016 | A Month of Gratitude | “Getting Down-to-Earth on the Hallway Couch”
I saw this father-son duo running across the street as I was pulling into the parking structure today. They looked like they were in a hurry to get somewhere. Turns out, they were hurrying to this couch just across the hallway from the studio. I happened to be sitting on the end, waiting for Pamela […]
In today’s edition of Plume Service Vol. 1, you’ll read different stories inspired by the same painting. The Olive Branch and Stone by Zoë Lindstrom (aka Countess Zoëlla Germaine) Blue wind, Yesterday you were our enemy. We rolled our hearts with the old sea– salt monster– the nets yielding unspoken things. Ochre sun and stone, such strangers […]
HER: I am thankful for all the cherished, irreplaceable photos I have of current family and generations past. I think my favorite are the old photos of my grandparents and my grandparent’s parents. Nothing in particular–just the fact that their pictures still exist. I’m most thankful for my husband and the fact that […]
I am grateful for my health and for having the love of a good woman for the second time in my life. That’s pretty special. She’s sees beauty and positivity in everything–and she came along at a time when I really needed it.