Welcome to the Official Blogspot for Leigh Ann DiDomenico, MA aka ANNHGIEL!!

Welcome to the Official Blogspot for Leigh Ann DiDomenico, MA aka ANNHGIEL!!
"The Angel with the Crooked Halo"

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Leigh Ann is multi-talented creative freelance professional. She specializes in performance poetry, hosting, modeling, acting, and mixed media visual art. Leigh Ann is a COMMERCIAL, BEAUTY, and PETITE FASHION MODEL and ACTRESS and is available for PAID PRINT, TV, and FILM shoots. Will gladly TRAVEL (expenses paid) for work! Leigh Ann is also a nationally ranked SLAM POET, placing 3rd in the nation and 2nd in the west coast region, and is available to FEATURE at theatres, slams, open mics, and on the radio. She is also a published AUTHOR and an ARTIST who creates and sells unique one-of-a-kind furniture and home decor. Leigh Ann's artwork, ANNHGIEL DESIGNS, can be purchased at 4th Ave by the Tracks in Kalispell, MT, as well as custom ordered. Finally, Leigh Ann has her MASTERS DEGREE in Psychology and is an experienced COUNSELOR, TUTOR, and YOUTH MENTOR.

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Please feel free to for booking!! Thank you!!

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Fly. (Luis A. Solorzano Photography, Annhgiel Styling, Annhgiel Retouch)

"The Wright Brother's almost childish faith that they could build a machine which would fly... [despite] the best mathematical minds [who] had proved man could never fly... was the mainspring of their accomplishment. Without that, nothing could have happened... [Now] the conquest of the air is an old story." -Anonymous


How much of our taken for granted life is the result of some dreamer's childish faith??? So f-orget you if you call my dreams childish. One day, if I'm lucky, they'll jus be taken for granted. And in the meantime, I remain, a childish dreamer, ever faithful.

Friday, November 12, 2010

"Nature and wisdom never are at strife." -Plutarch (Tim O'Meara Photography)



"Who is the happiest of men? He who values the merits of others, and in their pleasure takes joy, even as though 'twere his own." -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe