Subtle Feminism in Classic Movies

I have had the love of reading since 7th grade.  I would spend hours after school just reading and seeing myself in the stories I read. I read many different genres. I do not limit myself. As a Life Coach I have read many books from Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, and Marianne Williamson. Actresses discussedContinue reading “Subtle Feminism in Classic Movies”

Metaphysics, Travel, and Cultural Stories

Pam Grout is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of 20 books including the brand new, Course in Miracles Experiment: A Starter Kit for Rewiring Your Mind (and Therefore the World.) She’s a freelance writer who has published with Scientific American Explorations, Outside, Men’s Journal, People magazine, Travel + Leisure, and many other publications.Continue reading “Metaphysics, Travel, and Cultural Stories”

Movie Making and More

Scott Hamilton is a resident of Sierra Vista for the last 27 years. He has studied film and acting for the last seven years. His experiences come from both stage and film, with a strong passion in the film industry. He is credited with films such as The Righteous Twelve, Highway 666, and Firesides Tales.Continue reading “Movie Making and More”

Music Soothes the Soul

Cindy Midgorden is a retired elementary school music teacher.  After 35 years of teaching she has heard, and told, many stories!  Some of her favorite lessons included using classroom instruments to bring storybooks to life.   Life during retirement includes teaching piano lessons to young students as well as being a part of her church’sContinue reading “Music Soothes the Soul”

The Wonders of Art and Travel

Virginia Thompson spends her days teaching adults to play in the mud as an Art instructor in Ceramics and Sculpture at Cochise College in Sierra Vista, AZ.  She has enough hobbies and interests for about 14 people, yet can’t seem to eliminate any of them to free up more time.  Along with being a professional potterContinue reading “The Wonders of Art and Travel”