Fighting the Enemy

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I can not recall in our nation’s history experiencing anything like this frightening and invisible enemy since maybe the influenza pandemic in 1918.  I keep thinking of my good fortune to be home and not “on the road” somewhere.  I am determined to stay upbeat in this trying time, and remember all the stories of sacrifice and loss that previous generations have endured.  Our present ones have had an amazingly extended period of peace and tranquility, and now we are being tested. ...

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Peace, Quiet, Turmoil

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I’ve not written a word for awhile because I just wasn’t compelled to do so.  I have been in a state of tranquility mixed in with some turmoil since life always has the upper hand on what happens from moment to moment.

It’s been a year to the day that we lost our dear beloved cat Grizzabella, and there isn’t a morning that goes ...

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The Little Sunflower Seed

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I have been nurturing a little sunflower seed since Spring. It was at the bottom of a burlap bag that had been a gift I sent to my husband back when I was holed up in the Theatre District in NYC for the whole of 2017. Finding the seed made me remember all those months alone with the saddest part being that I wasn’t allowed ...

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Good Night Sweet Prince!

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Hal Prince passed today! He was 91 years old.

Hamlet “If you ever loved me, then please postpone the sweet relief of death awhile, and stay in this harsh world long enough to tell my story.”
Horatio “Now a noble heart is breaking. Good night, sweet prince. May hosts of angels sing you to sleep” 
Hamlet; Act Five, Scene Two

I pay homage to Hal Prince; a remarkable man who will be held in great esteem for generations to come.

I loved and admired Hal ...

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