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When I was a teen, I was always falling in love. Rock stars. Movie and TV stars. Teen idols. I made up stories about them in my head–with me always playing the heroine, of course. And we always lived happily … Continue reading
It’s been 17 years, but it still feels like yesterday.
Did y’all see the moon last night? Yup. It was full. And big. We’re slowly sliding into fall when we’ll be looking at harvest moons hanging on the eastern horizon like fat Chinese lanterns. And that’s about as poetic as … Continue reading
So, a couple of things. Those of you who’ve been around me awhile know that in my opinion, the scene in the original “Miami Vice” TV show where Crocket and Tubbs are driving at night along the causeway while Phil … Continue reading
Back in the day, I was into unicorns. In a big way. I collected them. Had shelves of figurines. Windchimes. Notebooks with unicorns on the covers. Books about them. “Labyrinth” was a favorite movie, as was the animated “The Last … Continue reading