Category: LGBT

I would LOVE to have that pleasant background music in my life, with strings and cords and guitars…like in the life-is-good videos by Facebook, Google, and the It’s Time video http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_TBd-UCwVAY

I would LOVE to have that pleasant background music in my life, with strings and cords and guitars…like in the life-is-good videos by Facebook, Google, and the It’s Time video http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_TBd-UCwVAY

You need to gay park the car, dear

Liz Feldman

“Personally, I am very excited about “gay marriage”, or as I like to call it, “marriage”. Because I had lunch this afternoon, I didn’t have “gay lunch”. And I parked my car, I didn’t “gay park” it.” – Liz Feldman

Humor and Sex at the end of the tunnel

It may be too hard for me to finish writing the seven blog posts I have running through my mind right now (procrastination!) but it ain’t too hard to repost this photo I found on The Daily Slab, hehe (yes, that’s what I do with my free time):

 

Also, a quote from my favorite man of all hours, Will Rogers: “It isn’t what we don’t know that gives us trouble, it’s what we know that ain’t so.”

 

Moral of the story? Appreciate what you have because you enjoy it! And if you don’t appreciate or don’t enjoy it, keep searching because the option is yours.

Happening Now: “Diva’s Night Out” with National Chamber Ensemble at Spectrum Theatre at Artisphere

image It is intermission! I find myself spending an intimate evening  with Ms. Carmen Balthrop in Rosslyn, VA. Alongside José Cáceres (piano), Leonid Sushansky (violin), Lukasz Szyrner (cello), Ms. Balthrop is absolutely magnificent.

I will remember this night! A stream of beauty, skill, imagination and emotion has filled the room. As I sit with my friends, George and Oni, I am so appreciative to be here tonight. Every time I have the opportunity to see Ms. Balthrop, whom George knows, I’m knocked away. As a professor in the School of Music at UMD, it’s such a gift that my friend George can know her and my friend Jamar and Rameen learn from her, and we can see her so easily in the DC area. The last time I felt her presence was at The Fantasticks at UMD when she chatted with some of the performers and audience members after the performance, and even in chatting she was passionate and warm. Prior, I saw her in Shadowboxer at the Clarice Smith Center. Just amazing. Tonight, she soars again!

Perhaps I’ll post some photos from the reception later.

Find out more about the National Chamber Ensemble at www.nationalchamberensemble.org.