hey. steen posted a question asking everyone what brought them to wiffledust or how did they end up here. i'll start the first answer. well, i created it. but what really brought me to the whole concept was wanting to interact with art, particularly music in an intimate setting. i love seeing music up close and personal where you can see every expression on the artist's faces. up until then, i had usually seen music in either arenas or bars where everyone in the audience was truly obnoxious. ..but i love the idea of artists of all types sharing and inspiring each other. what about the rest of you?
I retired from a major communications company last June and am now an aspiring novelist. My crazy, talented and loving step-dad, Rick Reiley steered me to the site. I'm quite new at this and still in navigation mode.
Dianne , goes to show that not all step-parents are "bad" and being one of the good,fun,crazy step-moms, I congrat Rick and myself for breaking the stereo-typed "wicked" step -mom/parent.......thanks for relating some of your step-dad's goodness.
on a "I Survived Catholic School" site, I was lamenting and crying over horrible memories that such school nuns inflicted on me and so many others,when a strong voice replied to me and acknowledged and confirmed my thoughts and feelings and that was Donna Stumpo... a toast to Donna and we "roasted" that site !!! Lisa/wiffledust is , for me, a wonderfully interesting collective and will grow by leaps and bounds, providing we all "invite" please and thank you all
Well it all started with a place called the Yoga Garden, whose then-director Georgette recommended a Christine Lavin concert sponsored by Wiffledust. After I attended the fantastic concert, I found Lisa's page on MySpace, then found this site.