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“Lily” (Part five)

“Well,” Tim said, “your dad definitely led in creating Covenant in this community, Beth. I know few people, men or women, who are as humble as your dad, but who are resolute in their determination to follow through on such a noble plan. 316 more words


Feeling somewhat under the weather

On Saturday January 7th I delivered leaflets for the Labour party near where Beth lives.  I was assured that it would take an hour to deliver, but it took at least 2 ½ hours, even when I asked Beth to help; she brought her dog Chase with her!!  417 more words


“Lily” (Part four)

Lily tried to listen. She wanted others to comment about Jacob’s wrestling match with the angel, but all Lily could see was Beth’s black nails at the end of the masculine hands. 287 more words


“Lily” (Part three)

Beth’s figure cast a shadow over Lily’s chair. Lily looked up reluctantly, fluorescence glittering off Beth’s hands and earlobes. “Thank you,” Lily responded. Beth’s feinted welcome rang… 773 more words


Review: "Crimes of the Heart" at Theatreworks Silicon Valley

Crimes of the Heart, Beth Henley’s 1979 southern tragicomedy, is a truly important work of American theatre — both as a historical document of feminist playwriting in the late ’70s and as a work of domestic drama that re-examines the suburban lifestyle and sisterhood after the McCarthy era had been firmly declared dead. 494 more words


“Lily” (Part Two)

Fred was the man’s name that walked Lily to class. “How long have you been in town?” he asked.

“Just a few weeks,” Lily said. “I’m a teacher at Covenant. 385 more words


Time to relax with my beloved and Piper

I had a relaxing first week of the New Year walking the dog in the mornings alone and with my beloved in the evenings.  On Thursday January 5th we took Piper to the vet’s for his annual injections and he was impeccably behaved; he even coped with the kennel cough procedure of puffing something into his nose.  160 more words