I recently had the privilege of attending a Taylor Swift concert. And yes, it was a privilege.
As it turns out, Uncle Ed Sheeran and Auntie Taylor Swift only feel like family, but they have a powerful influence over our growing children, much more so than the family we only get to see and visit at holidays.
For a few years after college I was part of a local production of Godspell that toured all over Rhode Island performing the show in various churches and venues.
For the first time in my adult life, I’m nervous about Advent.
Say yes like John. Show up like Fran. Be brave. Be bold. Be loved.
I live in Newport, Rhode Island where there is a small but mighty Irish population that has been celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day with vigor for 65 years.
This is the time of year when many Episcopal clergy start reminding anyone who will listen how important it is to observe Advent. It normally […]
The other day, my son John Paul and I were looking through some of his work from last school year (perhaps to take our minds off the realities of virtual 2nd grade). He pulled out a paper and showed it to me.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Universal chose to release Trolls World Tour to streaming platforms to rent. A 48 hour rental costs $19.99. Initially I […]
We have “wittingly” exposed our children to the lyrics and notes of the musical Hamilton.