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A little something to remember...

Courage does not always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day that says,
"I will try again tomorrow."

Thursday, March 26, 2009

HNT #92


I'm in Florida and off to the beach today. Happy HNT!

Friday, March 20, 2009

Why?



It's bad enough that we wear them....I'm guilty of it too. I know they're comfy, but they are awfully tacky shoes. But, WHY oh WHY would anyone make candy Crocs?!?!?!

Thursday, March 19, 2009

HNT #91


For HNT #91 I wanted to capture me as I am every morning on tour. In my underwear lounging in bed. Hope you enjoy!

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Natasha Richardson


UPDATE:
Beautiful Natasha Richardson has passed from this world. The theater world has gained a new angel. My thoughts and prayers are with her family in this, no doubt, difficult time.

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I've read many conflicting reports on the condition of Ms. Richardson. I don't know what to believe. The situation feels pretty dire indeed. At this point, I wish the family strength, hope, and peace as they make the decisions necessary for her best interests. This brilliantly talented woman will certainly be missed if indeed the recent news stories are true. Still praying for a miracle.

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While I understand the curiosity and fascination with celebrity, I am shocked and appalled by the media's constant presence and lack of humanity shown by camping out outside of the hospital where Natasha Richardson is hospitalized. Photos showing her mother, sister, and other family members have been posted to websites around the world and it sickens me to see these online.

When will the media circus end? This woman, a member of the royal Redgraves, suffered a horrible accident, and numerous reports a flying around about her condition. I'm saddened by the media's constant need to document every movement the family makes.

While I am very concerned about Ms. Richardson and her family, I would hope the news media and paparazzi would give this family time and space to do what they need to do and make the tough decisions they need to make. It's times like these that the American public should be lifting this family up in prayers and thoughts, not tearing them down by the ravenous need for photos and videos to feed our reality show addled minds.

Please, please, please give this family a little respect and privacy for what could very well be the last few hours of this lovely woman's life here on earth.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

HNT #90


For this HNT, I dove into the archives and found what is one of my favorite photos taken of me by Walter Kurtz. It was a fluke and a spontaneous moment during a shoot we did. I had been standing a long time and my back was sore, so I was stretching and watching TV and he snapped this shot.

Thursday, March 05, 2009

Sunday, March 01, 2009