Eight Candles and a Tree

Eight Candles and a Tree

Years ago, when I first started out working in public media, the second time around that is, I was hired to do something I knew little about: community outreach.  But heck, that wasn’t about to stop me from doing the … Continue reading

That’s All She Wrote

That’s All She Wrote

Folks, I’ve reached the end of the line. Sayonara, NaBloPoMo. It’s been grand. Thanks to you, I’ve added 30 posts to my blog, with this last one being my 399th. Whew.

Yet, this last post is not a happy camper. Not by a long shot. In fact, it’s got an attitude like you wouldn’t believe, and whines incessantly.

“Why me? Why do I have to be the last post?” Continue reading

A Writer’s Life For Me

A Writer’s Life For Me

NaBloPoMo DAY 28:   Have you ever been hypnotized by a work of art, that it spoke to you with such clarity you couldn’t take your eyes off of it? Well, that’s exactly how I felt when I first saw … Continue reading

City Editor Tells it Like it Is

City Editor Tells it Like it Is

Goodness gracious, I have now officially, beyond a shadow of a doubt, completed two weeks of that mind-blowing, hard to remember it’s name, NaBloPoMo. Three cheers for me! Thirty days, 30 posts–and this is Post #15!

Can you believe it??

Neither can I. Somebody pinch me! Continue reading

To Quote a Phrase…

To Quote a Phrase…

“To all the Sneaky Pete’s of the world who thought that maybe settling for mediocrity was a good idea because it was safe. Don’t do it. Take a chance, take a risk. Find that passion, rekindle it, fall in love all over again. It’s really worth it. God bless you.” — Bryan Cranston, when accepting the 2014 Emmy for “Breaking Bad”

“To be born, to have committed no crime at all and to be sentenced to death.” — Colin Firth’s character in “Magic in the Moonlight” I so agree! Continue reading