…Make You Smile

I kind of did a research deep dive on “Kiss Me, Kate.” (As one does) So, before I share my two-cents on the current revival, I’m going to drop some knowledge. (You’ll thank me when you win Broadway Trivia Night)

…priez pour nous

Yesterday, the world watched as one of the most iconic, historic, and beloved pieces of architecture was destroyed. Hymns were sung, tears were shed, and history was mourned as the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris was engulfed in flames. As nearly a thousand years of history burned before us on television, social media, and…

…Reclaim

I have a confession to make. For the past several months I’ve been a bit preoccupied. Some might call it obsession, but I prefer the term devotion. If you’ve wandered over to my 2WC Approved page (here) or checked out my International Women’s Day post (here)  you’re already well aware of my current fixation with…

…Change Lanes

The Best Picture category is starting to feel like a circus with all the elephants in the room. Our next nominee “Green Book” certainly has its fair share of metaphorical and problematic pachyderms. I won’t presume to know the filmmakers motivations regarding the film’s title, but it is a poor and provocative choice since the…

…Do Small Things

“If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Today is MLK Day, which you probably already know because you have the day off or because you didn’t get the day off. Either way, here’s a friendly reminder what today is actually about. (Hint:…

…rise above

We’re a mere week away from Christmas Eve, it’s time to fly, crusaders. And if you’re looking for some motivation as you take off towards greatness this week, here’s a bit of history to help you reach those heights: On this day in 1903, the Wright Brothers first achieved flight.