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My mother is an avid newspaper reader. As a girl I can remember finding her with the paper spread across the dining room table. She would read it cover to cover, clipping recipes, reading aloud the latest hint from Heloise or cutting … Continue reading
“I feel there is something unexplored about women that only a woman can explore.” ~Georgia O’Keeffe I love creating retreat experiences for women. To gather groups of seekers in beautiful settings. The energy created could light the Christmas tree in … Continue reading
A few years ago, I received an email from JoAnn Locktov inviting me to contribute to a book project about Venice that she and esteemed photographer, Charles Christopher were putting together. Honored to be asked, I accepted and was then sent … Continue reading
A heartfelt thank you to all of you who generously contributed to our recent Kickstarter campaign! We met our goal and were able to successfully finance a short film in this year’s 48 Hour Film Project in Baltimore. To jog … Continue reading