Monthly Archives: February 2012

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Again, One-Minute Writer Exercise Best summer fun. Taking Dad to a Giants game. Something happened over the winter. He couldn’t climb the stairs to our seats anymore. Disability seats all filled. Watched as others watched us. Some looked away. Some fascinated. Empathic. … Continue reading

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About “Ponytail”

I’m getting emails and comments about “Ponytail”. This is what you might want to know about that post.  I was following my nose around blog-world this morning. By way of I Was Just Thinking, I found a widget to direct me to yet … Continue reading

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Ponytail

In the second grade I sat on a kitchen chair as my mother brushed my long, dark hair and tied it with a black velvet ribbon. Then she cut off my ponytail. She thought I’d look cute with a D.A. … Continue reading

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The Naked Face Project

If you haven’t seen The Naked Face Project, I urge you to take a peek. This is a no-primping experiment crafted to allow the vulnerable human interior to shine boldly and authentically on the outside. I’d tell you more, but the … Continue reading

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Way Too Much Talkin’

We got some talkin’ to do! Pa-leez, ladies, no more walking through store check-out lines jabberin’ on your cell phones while some minimum wage makin’ man or woman rings up your purchases and bags your stuff. Talkin’ the whole time … Continue reading

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