Monthly Archives: May 2011

Saying Goodbye

Last Friday, I said good-bye to an old friend. My husband and I shared a home with our calico, Karina, for almost eighteen years. Like most felines, she defined the boundaries of our relationship. We didn’t have much say in the matter. Every so often, she would emerge from our bedroom to use the … Continue reading

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The Wayward Muse

I recently flew to Texas to attend my nephew’s wedding. I had a great time. The ceremony and reception were held in my brother and sister-in-law’s backyard. The wedding couple had chosen a Renaissance theme and the bride made and decorated the yard with green … Continue reading

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Insanity Rocks/Bites

Most creative people are a little insane. By creative people, I mean those who are immersed in the creative arts; artists, designers, writers, musicians, magicians, etc.–and the degree of their insanity is directly proportional to the degree of their creative genius. Don’t … Continue reading

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