Monthly Archives: April 2007

Test post

I have so much to share, but my blog is all screwed up. So this is test message.  All my custom design, lists, etc. are gone and even when I redo my widgets they don’t show up. So this is a … Continue reading

Posted in Everything In Between, totally freaking out | 3 Comments

Happy birthday to my father, happy birthday to me

Today my dad told me I was conceived at a campground in Indian River, in a tent, underneath a nest of birds, in August.  “I think that’s really nice,” he said.  And while I can understand how it might be … Continue reading

Posted in Everything In Between, Hopelessly Indulgent Reflection | 24 Comments

The public, the private and everything in between

1. In late February and early March of this year most southern Michigan residents were captivated by the story of Tara Grant, a working mother in her early thirties who went missing right around Valentine’s day. Tara Grant’s husband, Stephen, … Continue reading

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The Hollow Man – Dan Simmons – Review

I decided to join Carl’s  Once Upon a Time reading challenge because I thought it could open me up to different types of books.  I’m still not sure what quest I’m doing; having completed one book I’ve successfully completed one … Continue reading

Posted in On the Nightstand | 4 Comments

I don’t know what to post

I had planned to write a post called “Swimming Pools and Movie Stars” - a silly discussion about how I can’t remember if I first wanted to be an actress or a writer. But given the days events, I don’t think … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 7 Comments

Cal-i-forn-i-a

I’m surrounded by the most interesting visuals right now.  I’m sitting at my desk in the living room, which is pushed up against a window, and outside it is snowing heavily, like it could snow all night, like The Shining … Continue reading

Posted in Travel | 8 Comments

All this talk about cancer

Here at the cancer hospital we are absolutely agog over all the cancer happenings of late: Elizabeth Edwards and the return of her breast cancer, Tony Snow’s metastatic cancer, “Newsweek” dedicating an entire issue to the disease.  When you work … Continue reading

Posted in Do I Dare to Eat A Peach | 13 Comments