I have never felt as much love as I did the day we married. I felt it in the purest form. You showed me that kind of love for the rest of your life. You healed me. You changed me. You prepared me for what was to come. You called our love for each other the “chemical mix.” Unexplainable, undeniable, and unpredictable. It was the wild ride we were on together, and it continues in a different way today. Our anniversary is my day to reflect with the deepest of gratitude for all you have given to me. I will continue to honor you in all I do for the rest of my life by “doing good in the world.” Until we meet again. Forever.
I trained in voice for twelve years from 6 years old. Much to my parents chagrin, I did not go into classical vocals, I sang in a folk grunge band for for a few years in the 1990s. I used to smoke cigarettes until I got pulmonary thrombosis (blood clot in my lung) at 24, and had to be in the hospital for 10 days. It was one of the best things that ever happened to me. I have run 53 Half Marathons, 2 Marathons including Boston (through the Liver Foundation). I stopped running at 49 because my relationship was over with running and I started an affair with cycling. I love, no, I am obsessed with my furbaby, Ziggy Stardust. The greatest love of my life is my daughter. I am a Dave Matthews devotee and try to catch as many gigs around the states as possible. And finally…I love the Broulet Brothers, Trixie and Katya, and all things Tim Burton.