In which I describe my thoughts on Alzheimer’s disease, my grandmother, and the power of music.
Though being a grown-up means severely shortening the duration of my Thanksgiving break, I’ve found some time to take notes on a few things I’ve noticed during these days off:
I took a French film class my senior year at Iowa State. I’m just now beginning to look back on some of the awesome films we studied.
Avid blog readers, personal historians, and all-purpose stalkers might remember a post I wrote in 2009 detailing the launch of the ISUtv website. That work has come full circle.
I’ve been listening to Pandora a lot, lately. You know, feasting from an array of wonderfully talented composers like Thomas Newman, Randy Newman, John Williams, Hans Zimmer, and Alan Menken.
Let’s begin by stating the obvious: once again, I fail at updating my online self. At least on this website.
“So, you’re on TV, right?” It’s a question I often get after telling people what I do on the weekends. To be specific, I produce the Saturday and Sunday morning newscasts. But unlike reporting or other on-air talent, most folks don’t know what producers actually do. Hell, I hardly knew until I became one.
Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Talk about an awkward minute of live television.
I suck at blogging. Instead, I’ll write in a different form: Proud
Talk about a superstar!