One thing I love about Milwaukee is that for a relatively small city, it has a diverse range of events going on. If you didn’t go to Wisconsin Conservatory of Music last Thursday night to see Peter Thomas and Matthew Bergey perform the third and final installment of the Beethoven Cello Sonata project (pictured above in the venue’s sumptuous performance hall), then you really did miss out. Entering the beautifully decorated hall and listening to the live performance was like stepping into a cozy room after being out in the cold and not even knowing you were freezing before. I found it incredible that such a lovely experience only cost $10. God Bless America!
I consider myself a regular down to earth person who extraordinary things happen to. I'm interested in food, stand up comedy, theatre, libraries, education, feminism, visual arts (mainly painting and films) and poetry performed to music. Brief Bio: I grew up in a tiny town in North Wales, then went to study English Literature and Language at Liverpool University. While an undergrad, I volunteered as much as possible, and then I moved to Madrid (Spain) to teach English and learn Spanish. I'm currently travelling in the USA and Central America and documenting my trip through a blog: www.thegirlwiththedaffodiltattoo.com