Is New York City aesthetically pleasing? Is it nice looking? Is it ugly? That all depends on who you ask, it seems. To me, the city is beautiful…but that’s because my idea of its beauty stems from everything that drives NYC. I’m here as a performer, and the energy is palpable in this city. You can […]

RDP Movie

Just like a movie, Life characters come and go. Bringing something new to the story. A turn, an event, Something unexpected, Something you never knew. Something you never imagined, Something you never dreamed. Some leave an imprint on your heart. Some make your belly ache with laughter. Some do not. Some stay. Some go. Regardless, […]

RDP Thursday: Nothing

Nothing. Empty space. Endless room. Endless possibilities. Endless… Assuming nothing… Blank slate. Leaves space for everything. For depths unknown, Adventures unseen. Knowledge unending. Smiles to be had. Hearts to be glad. Positivity can fill. Nothing. Possibilities abound…

Daylight…daylight, daylight, daylight. Daylight? How many ways can I say the word daylight? Could it be in a poem? Could it be in a narrative? A story? Or just in my random musings on the word? Personally, discovering what this word brings up for me is pushing me in the direction of doing a brain […]

Hope. Like a candle. Hope…knows. Like faith. Hope…grows. Like a flame burning bright, During the darkest of times. Pardon my odd poem, which is what you could call it, I guess. The second I thought of hope I had this visual of a candle shimmering in the dark and keeping our faith burning bright. Hope

This ought to be an interesting year. Why? Because we are in 2020…and that reminds me of hindsight being 20/20 vision. Maybe this time we’ll each get it right the first time. There’ll be no need look to the past to correct errors, because maybe this will be our lucky 20/20 not-much-in-hindsight but rather present […]

As I’m sure my fellow bloggers know, coming to the page can sometimes be hard, so here goes! At first, when I thought about Scrooge I went for the obvious: bitter about Christmas and life. To be honest, sometimes I can feel a tiny bit Scrooge-y during the holidays…just a tiny bit. Holidays can be […]

Wanderlust isn’t a word that I hear very often. In fact, I think I only started hearing it used after the movie “Wanderlust” with Alan Alda, Jennifer Aniston, and Paul Rudd (to name a few) came out in 2012. It’s a weird-sounding word to me. Wander and lust combined together. It makes sense, though. I […]