Monthly Archives: November 2015

The wind that blows us ill….

After the shooting in Colorado at the Planned Parenthood Clinic I wonder hwo we are going to get through the holidays with any good will at all. My heart is empty. Women need good health for the nation to have … Continue reading

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Writing in the holiday mood

We don’t all start out like Scrooge in the holiday season. Some of us think of the turkey and the time to sleep late and giving to others and start off rather like the end of Dicken’s story. BUT then … Continue reading

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Paris – the beauty of the world

I think Paris and Vienna are the two top beauties of cities I’ve seen. To see Paris weeping is almost like seeing the tears of someone I love. Paris will survive this ravishment, but why is it happening? And who … Continue reading

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The Price of Beauty

As we grow older the face that launches a thousand ships (or one little rowboat) costs more to upkeep at losing rates. I played many old women in my youth as an actress, but I haven’t ended up looking like … Continue reading

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Hibernation – A Homage to the Bears

Thinking about the cruel hand of winter makes me wish I were a bear. Bears are my totem. The hibernation through what can depress and diminish of the season is an idea that fascinates me right now when I wonder … Continue reading

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