Early afternoon walk

This is What I Wrote When I Launched Women At Woodstock 7 Years Ago

Three years ago I was sitting in my hotel room in Simi Valley, sipping an early-morning cup of coffee and enjoying the sunshine and the quiet, and the warm memory of the past night’s joyously raucous celebration at the wedding of the son of my dear old friends Joan and Terry. I was thinking about[…]

Next Act For Women article screenshot

My Next Act Interview Got Me Thinking Again – “Why Women At Woodstock?”

I was honored when Hélène Tragos Stelian contacted me to ask if I would be interviewed for a feature article on Next Act For Women. Well, yeah!  She then proceeded to ask me many probing questions that required me to actually sit down and think about what the hell I was doing with, like, my life.[…]

Ann Voorhees Baker

This Is What I Wrote When I Launched Women At Woodstock 4 Years Ago

I’m sitting in my hotel room in Simi Valley, sipping an early-morning cup of coffee and enjoying the sunshine and the quiet, and the warm memory of last night’s joyously raucous celebration at the wedding of the son of my dear old friends Joan and Terry. I’m thinking about how I’ve known Colin, now a handsome young groom,[…]

The original Women At Woodstock

Why I Started Women At Woodstock – It’s Not Me, It’s You…

  It was twelve years ago. I was turning the big five-oh. I was in the midst of a divorce after twenty-three years of marriage. There had been strife and tension in my life for many years.  Socially, I’d been in a lay-low mode for a long time. I had friends, I went to gatherings of[…]