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Sometimes all you need is good people to hang out with. When I say good people, they’re not typically the nicey nicey ones, like those who try to redeem you (as if you’re the baddest person in the world just because you’re different) thru gospel words. 106 more words



I was in a wrongful lane,
Innocence no more found,
Then comes your voice falling from the stars,
Summer is coming back,
Even when my memories fade, 33 more words


Memoirs: Something to Say Vs. Something to Sell

(Originally printed on 1/29/16 in the opinions section of the Independent Florida Alligator) 

It seems that these days, anyone who is anyone has decided to sit down and write a memoir. 600 more words

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Life Stories: Choices

There is one thing life has blessed us with, and that is choices.  We have the right to choose what we want to do.   226 more words


The Book's Not Terrible

Whew, what a relief! My friend and I met yesterday morning and she didn’t tear my book to shreds. In fact, she even said I’m a good writer; that always feels good to hear. 397 more words


Runaway Ray's Law

Over the weekend I saw a story in the Seattle Times about Runaway Ray, a pony that was taken home by a family after being found on the road in April of 2015 in deplorable shape. 892 more words

There is peace and serenity in The Light

Enough ranting about racism disguised as serious theater and Asset Management douche bags. Back to art galleries and woeful tales from my past.

Instead of eating lunch, I took the C train down to the Bortolami Gallery in Chelsea for the Ann Veronica Janssens exhibit. 725 more words