Last weekend, I finished reading The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. Two heroines during World War II risk their lives repeatedly in occupied France to save complete strangers – adults and children – from evil at the hands of the Nazis. Though fiction, the two main characters were based on real-life heroines who did whatever it … More Hug your kids – and your memories of them – tight
Last night I went out to see Cabaret at La Mirada Theater with a group of friends and our moms. While we were eating dinner, the conversations separated into three groups: the moms, the younger girls, and the bigger girls. For a second my conversation with my friends got quiet and we listened in on … More Do first impressions really last?
Remember the show, Dance Fever? It ran from 1970 to 1987 and was sort of a precursor to Dancing with the Stars starring the ever so entertaining and smiley Deney Terrio. I was in love with that show. My love for dance began when I was 2 years old. We were at a T-ball game … More When dance fever hits you, it’s here to stay