25 Dec 2019

ribbons and bows

ribbons and bows

the tree fills the lobby with glitter and light silver and gold ribbons and bows strangers and friends meet and share stories and laughter mark the end of the year filling the lobby with holiday cheer

13 Dec 2019

Episode 2. Did you know that the Pfister has its very own Holiday Market?

Episode 2. Did you know that the Pfister has its very own Holiday Market?

A Holiday Market like no other. Set in the beauty and majesty of the Pfister Hotel.  This Weekend! Tomorrow December 14th 10-5pm  & Sunday  December 15th 10-5pm Featuring 60 local artists, including a few of the Pfister’s very own. Selling everything from one of a kind, original works of art to organic dirt. Curated by […]

3 Dec 2019

#giving tuesday

#giving tuesday

the giving tree to give is what we do when we love the more we love— truly love the more we give and the more we give of our bodies, minds and hearts  the more we are open to love– true love with each other with ourselves~bela Today is #givingtuesday and Rosy, the Pfister’s Artist-in-Residence, and I are officially […]

28 Nov 2019

Art. Culture. And Gratitude.

Art. Culture. And Gratitude.

Namaste. Hands to heart. In prayer position. I open my heart. Bow to the divine in you. And remember all that I am thankful for. My family. My friends. My body. My heart. My soul. My present. My past. My history. My roots. My culture.   In the spring of 2019, Rosy and I began […]

28 Nov 2019

No Coincidences…

No Coincidences…

It was two days before I was to board my flight to India when I met them. Stephanie and Paula. Three strangers drawn together in the lobby of the Pfister over a cup of hot chai. It was ‘Tuesday Chai’ and I was not yet excited about my trip. Actually, just the opposite. Nervous. Anxious. […]

12 Nov 2019

Time Travel

Time Travel

From India to Beirut. Beirut to Amsterdam. And Amsterdam, home. Time Travel. Across four time zones. To a new day. And homemade chai here at the Pfister. Today I woke at 3:34am. To a full moon and minus six degrees. In India it was just after 3 in the afternoon and ninety degrees.  Memories flash […]