"When I am silent, I fall into that place where everything is music" Rumi
I forgot to hit publish on this. It was meant for yesterday -- I've been telling you guys that I'm married to a musician and I am. This is my husband Jeff on guitar and our great friend Travis practicing The Hammer Holds by Bebo Norman in our living room. They are part of a [...]
My hiatus is over!I am sharing a stage tonight with my good friend Ethan Barker. Come on out to the Comedy Parlor in Tulsa and have fun with us. Our show starts at 7:00pm and tickets are $10. It's a clean show, rated PG-13 in a smoke free environment.Click on the photo to go to their [...]
I'm not one for celebrity, so I have no idea why Robin's death impacted me so hard. Maybe it's because I've been depressed before, maybe it's because I do comedy for a living. I don't know. I just know that I grew up watching this man, loving every minute of it. He was part of [...]
One of my comedy heroes committed suicide yesterday. I’m still in shock. There have been great conversations regarding depression. People are opening up and sharing. I think this adds to the conversation. Hope you enjoy it. Peace and Love.
I must confess something to you. It may come as a shock in light of my 172 posts over the past 14 months of blogging. My husband would deny it, but it’s the truth: Sometimes I am at a loss for words.
I’ll grant you, it’s not often, but I came across a list on line a year that left me speechless for some time. It was a compilation of actual quotes from loved ones and well meaning folks toward their depressed friend or family member. One quote literally referred to finding a prostitute as a solution! I just sat there thinking….
So after a year of not having anything to say, I now feel compelled to speak on behalf of thousands of wonderful people who battle depression. I see them in my office and I watch them try so hard to figure out why, oh why can’t they…
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