Monthly Archives: March 2011

Where Are The Clowns When You Need ‘Em?

Today there was rain, hail, lightening and lots of thunder which so fit my mood.  As I spent the day pondering how much I wanted to log back onto the computer, I started pondering past family adventures. Remembering Dad “clowning … Continue reading

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First, You Cry

Betty Rollin had this statement right.  You see this is the title of her book regarding her fight with breast cancer.  I am also preparing to do battle once again — with my wet type macular degeneration.  I was so … Continue reading

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If I Really Were A Witch…

Boy oh boy, what I could accomplish if I really were a witch.  The first thing I would do would be CALM myself down!  I know you think that sounds silly, but I’m preparing to embark on the adventure of … Continue reading

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Theater — Ordinary Rules Do Not Apply…

This blog title is quoted from one of my favorite movies: Bigger Than The Sky.  It’s the story of a shy, enigmatic man who blossoms after joining the cast of the local theater production of Cyrano de Bergerac.  One of … Continue reading

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Ode To Opus

I survey the rubble of what used to be — the old majestic theater where we bared our souls and were revered by young and old. I await the Fire Marshall gripped by pain and sorrow crying inside for the … Continue reading

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Images

Haunted by the memories that find me in the night Bathed in remorse and dread of images unrequited Be gone you awful images of what my future holds ‘Tis bad enough I know you come someday Must I be reminded … Continue reading

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The Cruelest Cut Of All

Rita lay on the floor flowing in and out of consciousness as the blood flowed from the gaping slit in her throat.  She wondered how she had gotten to this point in her life.  She knew that her parents would … Continue reading

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