When I was in college, I took a philosophy class. When I took my final exam, there was only one question that needed to be answered. The que


I believe it’s time to take a step back and reflect on what would truly be the perfect gift for our loved ones, whether they be family or fr


My grandmother called me a “ruffiana” – a free spirit always getting into trouble. It seemed like I was constantly getting punished for things that made total sense to me. It was challenging being a free spirit in a structured family. I lived in my own little world where I pretended to be characters from TV shows and movies; and I made up my own stories. That did not go over well in a family that focused on being responsible and working hard. With my three Italian mamas, it was nothing but cleaning and cooking. I wanted to smell the roses. But, that was very difficult in a house that smelled like garlic and bleach. School was no better. The nuns ruled with an iron fist; and there woul

Enjoy the Process!

After each performance of It’s Only Lipstick, I would get asked, “What was your process?” Hmmmmm. Thinking about it now, it’s not about how