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Kathie McCormack was a beautiful young woman. When I look at pictures of her, I remember an even prettier woman. I liked Kathie because she was not all about her ...

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  And this time I really mean it. I have come to the conclusion that the more you have your body, mind and soul  in your iphones, tablets, ipads, laptops ...

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Tomorrow Lynn talks to Jane Pollak. (http://janepollakblog.com/).  Robin Rousseau’s Explore Beyond the Usual blog hosted yesterday’s post. (http://explorebeyondtheusual.blogspot.com/). For more information about the whole tour, visit Lynn A. Robinson’s Gut ...

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As a writer, I was finding no words to really describe how I am feeling about the massacre of 27 innocent people at the Sandy Hook school in Newtown CT ...

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I was one of the lucky people who lost their power during Super Storm Sandy and a charming nor’easter that came into town during the last week of October. We ...

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This latest novel by Francine LaSala (Rita Hayworth’s Shoes) is a page turner and head spinner. I started reading The Girl, the Gold Tooth & Everything and foolishly thought I ...

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And I did just that. I had been noticing that life was kicking me around and it felt like whoever was in charge was pushing my head under the water ...

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We are Doomed07/23/12

 

It is beautiful here today in NY. The humidity has dropped, the birds are singing and yet I feel (no, I know) that we are doomed. Doomed. The massacre at ...

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Nora Ephron, who was a brilliant writer and human being, left us last week and a lot of us are feeling the blues with her departure. To lose someone who ...

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It seems there are too many stories in the news lately about a lot of female celebrities who are lining up to get their pictures taken sans makeup. They want ...

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