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After Covid

The end of the Covid 19 pandemic signals a slow, but steady return to normal as we begin to engage in the group activities that were taken for granted in the pre-pandemic world.  It remains to be seen what the performing arts will look like as we begin to rehearse again and ultimately appear before […]

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My Teacher Thomas Schippers

What I'm Reading

One of my pandemic projects has been to join a non-fiction book club.  This is a bold step on my part as I tend to read to escape, and fiction has usually been my preference.  This move has opened many new adventures for me and I will use this space to document my journey. This […]

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After Covid

The end of the Covid 19 pandemic signals a slow, but steady return to normal as we begin to engage in the group activities that were taken for granted in the pre-pandemic world.  It remains to be seen what the performing arts will look like as we begin to rehearse again and ultimately appear before […]

One of my pandemic projects has been to join a non-fiction book club.  This is a bold step on my part as I tend to read to escape, and fiction has usually been my preference.  This move has opened many new adventures for me and I will use this space to document my journey. This […]

On the Bourbon Trail

My wife and I did some amazing things over the summer.  We spent a lovely few days at the Greenbrier resort in West Virginia, we enjoyed an amazing weekend at the Wilds, a nature preserve owned by the Columbus Zoo, and we traveled to Louisville and toured several bourbon distilleries.  Bourbon has been my spirit […]