Moving and Evolving

Hi Friends. Here’s a quick update.  I’ve set up a personal blog and moved most of my content from reimagineimago over there.  The website is still under construction, and I have some writing… Continue reading

Remember Baltimore

I wrote this in 2009 after visiting my friend Rosita in Baltimore. I love that city and am praying for the shalom the total well-being of charm city this week. I would write… Continue reading

Open Letter to College and University Faculty from a Worried Grandma

My Aunty Nancy posted this letter this morning and encouraged others to share.   Dear College and University faculty, I am writing to ask you to save the lives of my grandchildren. Their… Continue reading


The Poem, “Living Wide Open” by Dawna Markova has been my mantra for the past few months.  I painted this picture in honor of the poem.  

Insufficient Funds

I’m hardly the first person to post about the Fiftieth Anniversary of the March on Washington or Dr. King’s famous speech today.  It’s late in the evening on August 28, 2013 as I… Continue reading

Reimagine Teenagers as Artist Activists – Penumbra Theatre Summer Institute

Last weekend Richard and I were able to see the second year performance from the Penumbra Summer Institute.  I love living so close to Penumbra, we have seen great shows there. Here’s how… Continue reading

Reimagine A Brick Wall

A short post today, to share a fun event that happened at church last week.  The Central Identity Project is a collaboration between artist Greta McLain and Minneapolis Community Education, throughout the summer… Continue reading

“Smart simply means you’re ready to learn”

STEM education has arisen as a national priority in the U.S., as it has become increasingly apparent that U.S. students are not advancing in math and science at the same pace as in… Continue reading

Building a Multi-Ethnic Children’s Library – Ezra Jack Keats – Plus Complaints About Weather

It is April 22, and here in Saint Paul we are in the middle of a snowstorm – we are expected to get 2-4 inches tonight.  This is the third snow storm in… Continue reading

Lectionary Sunday – Tabitha – Acts 9:36-43

36 In Joppa there was a disciple named Tabitha (in Greek her name is Dorcas); she was always doing good and helping the poor. 37 About that time she became sick and died, and her body was washed… Continue reading