Now that we have a bit of a reprieve from gift-giving with Valentine’s Day a distant bloody memory, I thought I’d offer some gift-giving advice….some very specific gift-giving advice. Here it is – portraits of the gift-recipient are not good gifts.
Did you get it? It was very quick. But you know the gifts which [...]
Category Archives: Leftovers
I read yesterday that you died. Stomach cancer. That makes me sadder than sad. Even in the kindest people, things can turn rotten. I guess I thought you’d never die. And in a sense, you won’t. I’m sure you have enough “Neighborhoods” in the can to cover the next five or six generations of [...]
Kelley. Kelley. Kelley. I guess no one ever told this girl that absence makes the heart grow fonder. What started out as a ten day tour…a ten day tour…may turn into a ten year stay in a federal detention center for Kelley Marie Ferguson. And the LA facility doesn’t offer in-room heated rock massages [...]
Three things strike me about this post and this point in time, Spring 2003:
1. That I was 31 once…for an entire year supposedly.
2. That there was a beginning to this war.
3. That shock and awe didn’t work the way they were hoping it would.
I was just on the phone with my pal Jennifer Myszkowski. [...]