Monthly Archives: September 2012

Words & Music Wednesday: Sacre Bleu

        The best way I can describe Christopher Moore’s books is Supernatural comedy. I should also say that he is one of the very few writers who make me snort and laugh out loud. This is pretty … Continue reading

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Genre Bending – Me First & the Gimmie Gimmies

        My friends, I am on a quest! A quest to rid the world of a vile and pernicious evil. I am speaking, of course, of genre snobbery and it must be stamped out.  The habit of … Continue reading

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In These Shoes: Footwear as Autobiography

     Suede Prada Sandals Purchased New Year’s 2012 Photo by Cindy Banescu       I got my first pair of heels for my sixth grade graduation after months of badgering my mother. On the day of the big … Continue reading

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Food,Glorious Food

        I am a domestic menace. A trail of shoes, coats and tote bags full of papers mark my progress through the house. The dust bunnies under my bed are forming a union, and I fully expect … Continue reading

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Words & Music Wednesday

        For as long as I can remember words and music have been a constant in my life. There are few pleasures greater than losing myself in a story or a wonderful piece of music.     … Continue reading

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Women at Work: A Photo Essay

    At any given moment I have at least two cameras with me, the one in my cell phone, and a small digital one that I always carry in my purse. More often than not, the loose change and … Continue reading

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Welcome Home

        White. A blank page or canvas…So Many possibilities Stephen Sondheim, Sunday in the Park with George     New Year’s Day, the first day of school, opening the first page of a new journal are things … Continue reading

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