Monthly Archives: July 2013

A Review of The 5th Avenue Theatre’s Production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance (man that’s a long title)

The 5th Avenue Theatre’s production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance is the very model of a modern major musical. Simply put, James Rocco’s rendition of this theatre classic is a vibrantly fresh, clever, laugh out loud, hilarious romp. After writing “romp,” I decided to look up what it actually means. The internet […]

My Work with Starving Children in Guatemala: Please Read!

(This month I am highlighting the plight of starving children in Guatemala. I had a chance to travel with Food for the Poor to help bring awareness to these precious gifts from God. The following are my very personal and tearful observations. Please read for hope and direction.) Food for the Poor: Guatemala Trip Day […]

Poems from a Plane 2 (“I can’t do this!”/Fussy Baby)

A Shared Lament or An Historical Retelling of “I can’t do this!” by Doug Bursch “I can’t do this!” I shouted this in the car today More than once, more than several, less than many times! I didn’t count, I’m counting now, or trying to count now But I didn’t count then. I just did […]