My favorite place-WPC


My favorite place isn’t one single place, but rather an omnipresence. My favorite place is the stage. Whether it is the solo stage (on any of my three instruments), the stage with my trio, the stage with my quintet or the stage having fun singing karaoke. The stage is where I feel at home and alive with vigor. I crave the stage more than I have the time to pursue. I can only hope that one day, when the job of motherhood becomes less demanding, that I will still be qualified to grace the stage with my presence.

Author: Alice Funk Farie

Ecclectic Eccentric, Adoptee, Mom of a child with Aspergers Autism, Complex-PTSD from childhood trauma, Daughter of parents with Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Dependant Personality Disorder, Anxiety and Depression Warrior, Empath, Indigo Child, Musician, Educator, Wife of a Sociopathic Addict, Stepmom, Martial Artist, Artist, Philosophizer, Quote Collector, Survivor

6 thoughts on “My favorite place-WPC”

    1. Lol. I was calling it an omnipresence rather than one singular place because I wasn’t thinking of a singular stage, and the challenge seemed to reference a singular favorite place, and I was just expounding on it plurality. But, thank you for the kudos. I don’t remember who penned the quote, but it is true of how I feel, that I am often more comfortable onstage in front of 10,000 than in front of 1. I relate better from a stage or behind a screen!!! So I am betting you have an advantage over me in that realm! We all have our strengths and weaknesses. I also am not the greatest public speaker either, despite my comfort performing. Go figure!! Thank you for reading and commenting!


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