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I am leaving for New York one week from tomorrow. This is partly exciting, and mostly terrifying. The exciting parts are the fault of my agent, my voice teacher, and my family. The terrifying parts are the fault of Leonard Bernstein. I suppose he thought, since it was his last show, that he could write […]
I have a DVD player. I use it almost daily. I have a huge collection of DVDs, all sorted nicely in their tower shelves. When I watch movies at home I exclusively watch them on my DVD player, or saved on the DVR. I can even watch Netflix movies on my Wii now, by putting […]
9 Years Ago Today
I woke up as usual and took the metro to downtown Washington, DC, ready to start my day at Chorus America. It was a fairly quiet Tuesday morning. My roommates were on their honeymoon in Canada, so I had the house to myself and I felt pretty relaxed. The first I heard that anything was […]
Nature vs. Nurture vs. Au Naturel
Raising two kids, watching them grow, I often wonder: “How am I doing as a parent?” “How do my decisions affect Ruby and Edward’s development?” “How long will they be in therapy over this?” And I often end up thinking about how they would be in a different household, with different parents. Would they essentially […]
Requiem for a Bathroom
Thank you all for coming today to celebrate the life of one of the finest rooms I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing, the Spider-Man Bathroom. It had a good, albeit short life, and I hope we can all remember the good times we had there. You might call it the conversation piece of the […]