20 May 2020

The Medicine Chest

The Medicine Chest

Ginger. Whispers of ancient history and never forgotten folklore. Of far away lands and fisherman lost at sea. Of healing the body and feeding the soul. Ginger. The root for all ages. For ancient and modern times. For here and now. Ginger. For energy and balance. For clarity and strength. For wellness and healing. Ginger […]

18 May 2020

so many stories…

so many stories…

there are so many stories still yet to tell… stories about the most extraordinary of people people who, if you asked them, would think of themselves as not much more than ordinary… stories about the watering of the piano in the lobby lounge and the citing of donna summers a long time ago… stories about […]

16 May 2020

Along the way

Along the way

As the country begins to open and we here in Milwaukee are faced with the confusion of our state’s Stay-at-Home order being lifted but Milwaukee’s remaining in place, I cannot help but look back as I look forward.  One of my favorite things about being the Pfister’s Narrator-in-Residence this year was the drive to the […]

12 May 2020

A Song

A Song

We have known each other for more than 20 years. But only in passing. She has been a fixture on the music scene for longer than I have known her. Her spirit has always soared high. Not so long ago we stopped just passing by. And found each other. First, as artists. Then, as friends. […]

10 May 2020

Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day!

i am a woman i am a goddess i am a prince and a princess a king and a queen i am a woman you are a woman you are a goddess you are a prince and a princess a king and a queen you are a woman we are women we are goddesses we […]

6 May 2020

Absence makes the heart grow fonder.

Absence makes the heart grow fonder.

The Pfister’s Blu, is blue. Not a sad blue. But a sky blue. Nestled on the 23rd floor, its windows reach for Lake Michigan’s waters. And the city streets in between. I miss the wide open view. And the promise of something good. I miss the public spaces. And the people that I knew. I […]