Listen To Your Mother 2016, do the thing

May 18, 2016

I’ve auditioned for Listen To Your Mother twice. In 2015 I wrote a piece I worked on for daaaayyyys. I edited it, I asked for feedback, I read it on camera to myself to hear what it sounded like. I didn’t get chosen for that show. It sucked. Not the piece, I still think it’s good. […]

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Feminism, and the Defiance of Daughters

April 21, 2016

Sexism. What a dirty word. What a list of cruel and ugly things it draws on your mind as you think it. There is a falsehood that sexism is only in the obvious and the overt- grabbing a woman’s ass, complimenting her new skirt as opposed to her intelligence, jokingly instructing a woman to get […]

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Why I love Windsor.

April 5, 2016

Occasionally still, I’m asked why I don’t live in Harrow anymore. Why I choose the city life, why I choose to live in Windsor when almost all my family lives in my hometown. The plain fact is: I love it. I love Windsor. I chose long ago to fall in love with it. To let […]

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Listen To Your Mother: I’m in the 2016 Metro Detroit cast (!)

March 16, 2016

Here’s why I wanted to do Listen To Your Mother: because I love story telling. It fills my aching soul with incomparable beauty. People are fascinating. Their stories, even ones I cannot readily find myself in, touch me in deep ways. I’m oddly not fond of reading, but have found that audio books really speak […]

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How To Get Through an Anxiety Attack: a 10 year old’s guide

December 14, 2015

My 10yr old daughter, Isabella, wrote this. She had to choose a procedural writing assignment topic, and this is what she chose. Bella has been dealing with anxiety for quite a while now, she has learned many tools from many people. She has good moments and bad moments and moments she can’t quite define. She’s learning just […]

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