“Woundhead” by Amy Hughes Braden I’m not sure if it was the bright, fluorescent colors of the images that drew me in or if it was the words Amy Hughes Braden used to describe her latest show at Red Dirt Studio that struck a chord, filled with references to the insane expectations on motherhood. Either […]
Kids’ Dance, Yoga, & Creative Movement Classes at Joe’s Movement Emporium + FREE CLASS!
If you’ve seen my post here about the Adults’ Movement Classes at Joe’s Movement Emporium in Mt. Rainier, then you’ve noticed how much I enjoy movin’ and shakin’ (ideally more movin’ than shakin’ but still…). So it should come as no surprise to learn that my young ones love to get movin’, too! Thankfully, Joe’s […]
Get Movin’ at Joe’s Movement Emporium (+ FREE CLASS!)
All Smiles After the Carribean Vibes Cardio Class! One of my New Year’s Resolutions is to get movin’ again, plain and simple. Not “get back into shape.” Not “tone up.” Not to get back to pre-baby or pre-whatever weight. Just to get moving again. I have more fun, enjoy life that bit more when I’m […]
Go Check Out “Rabbit Summer” by Ally Theatre Company!
This past weekend, I got the chance to check out Rabbit Summer by playwright Tracey Conyer Lee at Joe’s Movement Emporium and wanted to take this time to recommend you check it out because it was so good, so timely and so well done. *And I just learned that at this Saturday’s 2pm matinee, the audience is invited to stay for a post-show discussion with playwright Tracey Conyer Lee, as part of the 2018 Women’s Voices Theater Festival! 👏
Good vibes & Funky Fashion at Nisey’s Boutique, Mt. Rainier
Have you stopped by Nisey’s Boutique in Mt. Rainier yet? If not, here’s why you should check it out: 1. Meet Ms. Nisey Baylor Nisey Baylor is a beloved powerhouse. After running a number of retail businesses in Washington, DC, including two City Kids stores on Capitol Hill, Nisey opened Nisey’s Boutique in Mt. Rainier […]
Going, Going, Gone: ReCreative Spaces & Robert Harper Books
I try to keep my posts on the more positive side of things; there’s enough gloom out there to occupy your mind and thoughts. But this post is going to be less Q-Tip’s Vivrant Thing and more Elton John’s Yellow Brick Road than you’re used to getting from me. Here’s why sad Elton’s in my […]
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