Monthly Archives: May 2012

Passports, Postponed Weenie Roasts and Holy Wars

It’s coming. It’s coming fast, yet somehow I feel that I am a skydiver, wondering why the ground isn’t moving up on me faster when the truth is that the ground is rushing up at me at 32 feet per … Continue reading

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Writing Zombie

I feel like a zombie sometimes. Especially now with my kids out of school for summer break and a fresh dose of pink eye to greet us on the first day out. Sigh. It’s never easy, right? But I’ve been … Continue reading

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Hello again

It’s been a while, hasn’t it? But then you may not have noticed…LOL.   What have I been up to, you ask? Ok, so you didn’t ask. I’ll tell you anyway. I’ve been waiting. Actually, I’ve been waiting for a … Continue reading

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How to become an author-preneur

I recently attended the graduation ceremony of the Tulsa Community College Launch Flight Program.  The ultimate goal is to support entrepreneurs with great ideas build great businesses.  The people and their ideas are put through the paces for sixteen weeks … Continue reading

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What I’m Doing This Summer Part 8

63 Days until I leave for Bangkok. 69 Days until my gender reassignment surgery and my breast augmentation surgery. It’s happened. I can’t stop counting down how many days until I leave. 63 Days. 63. Sixty-three. I’ve about to make … Continue reading

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What I’m Doing This Summer Part 7

It’s 1:15 AM and once again I’m faced with the prospect of little or no sleep. Ever since I started moving to get everything in place, I haven’t been sleeping. I must be averaging about three hours a night over … Continue reading

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What I’m Doing This Summer Part 6

There are very few things that can bring my inner life to a screeching halt. That exceedingly small list contains items such as an extraordinarily interesting woman, that moment between the end of a play and the raining curtain of … Continue reading

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