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I’m a huge lover of quotes, always tickled to repeat them like a passionate parrot. And it’s not just the famous who coin them. I hear locals repeat pithy phrases all the time. Take Frank, my super, whenever I say, … Continue reading
I read a lot, and occasionally a word will jump off the page, smacking me good across my cheek. Bagatelle, is the latest. A noun that means, a thing of little importance. A throwaway occurrence or set of circumstances…in other … Continue reading
After being called a serial reader, So many books, so little time, doesn’t apply to me, reading nonstop regardless of where I am. That’s the key, to have one with you at all times so you can sneak a … Continue reading
My friend Jo said something that stayed with me. She, a great reader, said, that lately she’d been feeling lonely, but is oh so grateful for such an inner life. Books give you that. They keep you company wherever you … Continue reading
I’m here surrounded by books I’ve taken from the library, like a wild party when no one goes home. Stacks of them by my bed, in the living room, near the front door. Biographies, essays, memoirs and even the occasional … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I wrote an essay called, A Noble Soul, about a man I’d see at the library who wasn’t well. Found out, sadly, that he had died, probably around the same time I wrote about him. I … Continue reading
Now, unlike women well-endowed who are used to rear end ogling, yours truly is not. When some sassy guy I no longer speak to said, I look like a Number 2 Pencil, he was regrettably right. I’m skinny, and the … Continue reading