So you think you can dance? Well, even if you don't, Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation is outdoing itself by providing seven big opportunities to dance or just tap your feet to the music during the month of February.
No matter how many lists and charts and calendar items I enter into my computer, I still have to log into it every time I want to keep up with my list. But there is nothing like an old fashioned stack of neon pink, orange and green index cards on the kitchen counter "in my face" telling me what I need to do.
One good year deserves another.
Whether or not a free trip to the Super Bowl is the next stop in your social life, your contribution will help many young people transition to their "next stop."
If you're like me, trying to have less stuff is not an easy thing.
The older I get the more I enjoy intangible gifts, with music topping the list.
The Mayans have us preparing for the end of the world again.
Growing up in a culturally diverse area, I've always had an appreciation for different cultures, including the Jewish holidays.
For those who enjoy human interaction, local churches have some great programs leading up to Christmas.
With remindrers -- like Beth Gayle's book -- I realize that no matter how bad the circumstances, God does send angels. And for that I give thanks.
Janiah Maddox has a lot to be thankful for, the most important of which is her loving mother, Nicole.. Janiah was born Sept. 3, 2008 with Kasabach-Merrit Syndrome, a rare life-threatening disease in which a vascular tumor leads to decreased platelet counts and bleeding problems. Her condition required
ArtReach is always looking for new venues for their workshops. If you would like to open your doors or help in other ways, visit www.ArtReachFoundation.org
I admit it, when my thoughts start to wander, there are all sorts of things that come to mind. What are yours?
Looking for a clever costume this Halloween? Use the news as inspiration.
My friend Jeanne Pescitelli and I have been known to spend hours strolling through fabric warehouses stroking silks, eyeballing buttons and braids, and imagining all the things we could create with them. So when I wanted to see all the chairs on display for the Gwinnett Library's Chair-ish the Arts Contest, I knew it would be a lot more fun with Jeanne, not only for opining about the chairs, but for the long ride between all the branches.