Kim and Sara, the Language of Music

Like Mother Like Daughter was my first collaboration with Kim Blanchard Souch and her daughter Sara Sobey. This mother-daughter duo began performing together when Sara was just a young teen. Kim was a touring singer/songwriter while pregnant with Sara, so it was not a surprise that Sara could sing before she could speak! What Kim… Continue reading Kim and Sara, the Language of Music

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The Importance of a Friend

My Brother's Keeper, an Obama Foundation led initiative to provide mentorship to young men of color, found a special home in Spartanburg, South Carolina. It was an honor to tell its impact story in this video. The partners from the community, the school and school district as well as the men who commit to years… Continue reading The Importance of a Friend

The Promise

Promises are sweet. As I have grown I have learned to be more judicious with the promises I dole out. Living has shown that promises aren't to be given out on whims and fancies. A true promise is heartfully rendered. A thoughtful quiet proclamation that connects us deeply with each other. And because I now… Continue reading The Promise

Soup – with a Sprinkling of Nuts!

I've become kind of 'known' for my soup. If you've been invited to my home, attended a workshop, a dinner meeting, chances are as you walk through the door, you've had soup thrust upon you. In fact my soup has become so legendary that at one speaking engagement the wonderful woman who introduced me waxed… Continue reading Soup – with a Sprinkling of Nuts!

The Summer of Dunking

The ALS fundraising craze is more of a tsunami than a bucket! I have clicked on  videos of friends, celebrities, the occasional pet, dunking themselves in bracing cold water to support the ALS fight. These clips are hilarious and this is likely the most successful online campaign for funding and awareness ever created. So why haven't I dunked… Continue reading The Summer of Dunking

Fields of Gold

In June, I determinedly announced that this was going to be the 'summer of Louise'. Unexpectedly in my hometown for the long summer months ahead, I was eager to spend precious time with my university aged son and daughter , take short trips to visit out of town friends, lounge in the parks at summer… Continue reading Fields of Gold