Journal

Halfway Through My 44th Year

I am halfway through my 44th year and my bulletin board of activities is over half full – and I have so much more do to before October 4th. This is going to turn out to be one of my best years. Just a few weeks after my 44th birthday, I was off to Memphis for the Grand Opening of the Guest [continue reading]

April 4, 2017 // 0 Comments

Goodbye 43, HELLO 44!

Tomorrow October 4th is my 44th Birthday, so today I am looking back on the past year – my 43rd year. Overall it was a good year with the exception of one devastating loss. My Denver Broncos won the Super Bowl (for the first time since 1998), I met Ralph Macchio whom I have loved since I was [continue reading]

October 3, 2016 // 0 Comments

Happy Fall Y’all!

Yes I know it’s not really Fall for a few more weeks, but I always consider September 1st the beginning of Fall – and the beginning of my favorite time of year. I have always loved Fall because it is my birthday (October 4th) and it’s the return of football and basketball and of [continue reading]

September 1, 2016 // 0 Comments

Deena Goes Dark – a 60 hour phone fast

Feeling frustrated with the world and just to see if I could do it, I decided to turn off my phone Friday at 5pm and not turn it back on until Monday morning – no laptop either. I was off the grid for 60 hours, and it was easier than a I thought. The hardest part of being without my phone was [continue reading]

July 18, 2016 // 4 Comments

Goodbye 2015, HELLO 2016!

2015 was certainly better than 2014 and 2016 is shaping up to be a great year with what I already have planned. In 2015 I reached a goal that I had set back in 2010. I published my U2 memoir On the Road with U2 – my musical journey – and people seemed to like it! Apparently people [continue reading]

December 30, 2015 // 3 Comments

i love my life

It might sound cliche or trite, but I love my life – I truly do. A lot of people say they love their life because what are they supposed to say “I hate my life,” but they don’t truly mean it. They don’t want to admit their life isn’t everything they thought it [continue reading]

October 15, 2015 // 0 Comments