Monthly Archives: March 2014

My Mommy is Beautiful

There is so much soulless clutter on social media, that when I saw Yoko Ono’s Project honoring mothers I felt compelled to join in by honoring my own mother. The project is entitled “My Mommy is Beautiful” — anyone can … Continue reading

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“Ocean Child”

I have been thinking about Yoko Ono. She turned 81 recently—the announcement was accompanied by an image of the Imagine Peace Tower in Iceland, a stunning example of her peace activism. She also recently appeared at the Grammy celebration of … Continue reading

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