Hawaiian Code of Forgiveness, and it’s an important thought because when we forgive others, who are we forgiving? Ourselves, of course.
After a journey of uncertainty as a rescue from Tennesse, and in desperate need of a foster home, a lost pup found open arms and loving hearts in New York City. When the volunteer brought her by, she literally collapsed into my arms after a long road trip, avoiding going to a shelter and the possibility of death. I knew from the moment I met her it was meant to be.
I immediately renamed her, because Princess LeilaMolly suits her perfectly. She has brought so much joy into my life and the lives of others. She delights everyone she meets with her tale of survival and her sweet & goofy demeanor. (The squirrels she chases in the park may beg to differ.) And she is so smart & well behaved she often gets to come to work with me on TV & film productions. She gets A-List treatment, of course.
Please look into adoption when considering bringing a pet into your family. Or at least fostering an animal in need. There are so many beautiful lives that deserve another chance. And believe me, they know and appreciate the kindness with endless gratitude.
The only way to discourage hate is to counteract it with love and empathy. Trying my best to shine the light of forgiveness onto hatred.
Wow, this year has been amazing and super busy! Meant to post this a while ago. Here’s the link to a lovely interview on GRZNYC.com *much appreciation and gratitude*
Copyright photo by Savannah Spirit 2014
If listening to this doesn’t bring tears to your American eyes there’s something wrong with you. Happy 4th of July!
Woke up early this morning, looking forward to another amazing day. We all have our trials and tribulations… keep your chin up. It’s a blessing to be alive. Focus on the lovers, not the haters.
Thanks to my soul sista Erin Marie for sharing this wonderful message. Have a safe and fun weekend, everyone.
After years of hard work as a performer, the time has finally arrived. I’ve earned my Actor’s Equity card! Very exciting, because I’ll be able to audition for Broadway shows and other professional theater productions. Right on cue, my first major musical audition is coming up very soon. It doesn’t matter if I get a role or not… this is just the beginning of accomplishing my lifelong goal of performing on Broadway. I am very grateful and overwhelmed, in a good way.
Last summer I had the honor of meeting legendary astronaut Buzz Aldrin. I had a huge grin on my face because I wanted to be an astronaut when I was a little girl.