Arizona’s March Madness

And no, I’m not talking about college basketball. I’m referring to the incredible opportunities that present themselves throughout our state’s Sonoran Desert communities during the glorious month of March. With clear skies and an average high temperature of 76 degrees, March is one of the busiest months for outdoor events and activities. And there are … Read More

Community Involvement for Small Businesses

Getting involved in the community where you work has multiple benefits, whether you’re a non-profit, for-profit, private or public business, and it’s is easier than you think! The simple act of getting involved often fosters new relationships, which can directly lead to new business and shine a positive light on your company. Giving back to … Read More

Music and More Music


Music is called “praying without words”…

The next two weeks are filled with music for me. Music is the embodiment of my persona, allowing me a freedom of expression that is unmatched by all other hobbies. As a jazz/blues performer, music teacher at Model Creek School and choir director at Yarnell Community Presbyterian Church, I have worked with the most amazing and talented people on the planet. The kick-off is Friday, August 31st, at Lohrwood Stock in Yarnell, Arizona. I plan to get them dancing! The following week holds a Steak Dinner Dance at VFW Post 541 in Prescott, Arizona on Friday, September 7th at 5pm. Then on Saturday, August 8th from 5:30 to 7:30pm, I can’t wait to play at Augie’s American Restaurant in Prescott.  If you’re in the area, we’d love to meet you! Click here to visit my musician website.

My “New” Piano

I have been an accomplished pianist and piano teacher for many years. I started taking piano lessons at the age of 4, and it fit me like a glove. In fact, you should check out my music site! Music is not just part of my life – it nearly defines my life.  When I moved … Read More