I know you’ve missed these Monthly Moments posts! I’ve missed writing them. In case you missed it, this summer was crazy. I’m starting to wonder if I dreamed the months of June, July, and August. Anyone else ever feel that way? No? Just me? Ok. In summation, here are some short snippets about July and
Every August in Indianapolis, it’s time for the Indy Fringe Theatre Festival. It’s definitely one of my favorite times of the year – it’s almost like theatre summer camp. Theatre people from all over Indy come together and produce shows that last about an hour. Artists from around the USA and the rest of the
Lots of things came to a close during the month of May for me. Not in a bad way, but closing doors to open new windows is always daunting. Lots of shifting and adjusting happening around here, but I’m keeping up! Health & Beauty Did you know that May is National Mental Health Awareness month?
NOTE: This post does contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy for more information. It’s pretty common knowledge in my circle of friends that I take a big trip to NYC each year to celebrate my birthday. This year, it’s a summer trip – next week! It’s become something that I plan for each
NOTE: This post does contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy for more information. It’s pretty common knowledge in my circle of friends that I take a big trip to NYC each year to celebrate my birthday. It’s become something that I plan for each year. While the trip changes a little bit each
Opening night of any show is always exciting! During the last two weeks, I’ve been rehearsing for a production of MY FAIR LADY that opens tonight – photo below! It’s been a hectic process, but we’ve made it to opening night! I’ve done a lot of shows in my almost 30 years, but no matter
This piece was actually a commissioned piece for someone else several months ago. Life happened and this piece never went live, so I got to keep it! Therefore, I get to share it with you all! Enjoy! I know some people who would say the following about themselves, “I’m not a creative person.” I beg