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Men Who Prefer Basiques to Complicatos.

We all know the archetype: there are the simple girls and the Katie girls, per Carrie Bradshaw’s stark, The Way We Were-based assessment. The Katies (Barbra Streisand, in all her Marxist Jew glory) are the ones “men” deem too “interesting” a.k.a. 144 more words

Writing Update: 11/29/16

Well I wasn’t able to get a lot done in NaNoWriMo (as I’m sure you’ve guessed!). However, as someone who doesn’t write around other people very much because of my anxiety issues (trying to write around people has become more and more of a trial over the past few years, I rarely even write in front of my child or parents) this past week was actually fairly productive for me. 257 more words

Writing

Halloween family values

Halloween night
Hide all the black cats ..
I sort of made my way home slower ,hoping not to have to answer the door handing out small red apples as a treat. 964 more words

Survival

Key Contribution to The Way We Were

The Way We Were – Saturday November 12, 2016 at 11am, noon, 2pm and 3pm in Paragon Interchange. FREE. No booking required. LIVE music providing the soundtrack to a large-scale dance project in Hull is being made possible thanks to the donation of a grand piano. 411 more words

Hull

The Way We Were

“In a way he was like the country he lived in, everything came too easily to him, but at least he knew it.”

Hubble Gardner, a fictitious college student played by the deliciously, dreamy actor, Robert Redford (yes I am that old) penned this line in the 1973 award-winning film “The Way We Were”.   524 more words

Memories And Musings