Category: Me-anderings

Things I didn’t do and did in 2016

I didn’t write on my Blog.  Yep, and I have  a feeling like a big heavy ball-and-chain is holding me back from writing in the new until I say farewell to the old.   So here’s some of my ‘didn’ts and dids’ for

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Irish Spring

I went to Ireland in April.  They were having a late spring, just as we did, and there weren’t ’50 shades of green’, but they had some great leafless trees.  This is one of them. The two big headlines while we

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TO Malcolm Lambert

Rest in Peace, Malcolm Lambert

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FICTION and FACT

“Everything is either real or fictional but only the fictional has to make sense.”  P araphased from a spy film of several years ago called, The International, it obviously refers to subrosa activities but it made me think of writers of fiction.  The

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New Year’s Eve in Paris! What would you do?

. . . a pound of white Tryffles . . .

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Top Ten Do’s and Don’ts if you go to Paris for New Year’s

I went to Paris for New Year’s!

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Queen Elizabeth and Me

While everyone was watching the new Royal Couple several weeks ago, I was watching the Queen.

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HOW DO YOU GET TO CARNEGIE HALL? PRACTICE!

Here I was, a girl from Augusta, Arkansas, sitting in this famed Music Hall, watching a performance by accomplished musicians from t he beautiful cit y of St. Petersburg.

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French Women Writers I Know

Now, woman has always been man’s dependent, if not his slave; the two sexes have never shared the world in equality. Simone de Beauvoir

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Geraldine Ferraro and Me

Geraldine Ferraro was a new breed, a woman at a time when lady was still preferred.

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