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Baseball Is Good For Your Soul

Baseball Is Good For Your Soul

I love baseball because I’m a lyrical soul…granted, I’m a Cubs fan, and not a Red Sox fan like Jimmy, but it still works.  Ben: I like being part of something that’s bigger than me – than I. It’s good for your soul to invest in something that you can’t control. Lindsay: You’re a romantic. … Continue reading

Poetry In Motion, Take Two

Poetry In Motion, Take Two

Last year I tried doing some Poetry in Motion pictures, where I layered lines from my poetry along with evocative background images. Now that my graphic design skills have improved, I thought I would try an updated version. I hope you enjoy! Click here for the full poem. Click here for the full poem.

Regarding My Mother

Regarding My Mother

“…I have often wondered if I had the words that would do justice to her goodness, her wisdom, and her strength. In the life of every woman, there will always be the influence and teachings of one woman who stands supreme.” -The Expected One by Kathleen McGowan For me – as it is for so … Continue reading

Best Father Ever? Oh Yeah #ThatsMyDad

Best Father Ever? Oh Yeah #ThatsMyDad

Obviously it’s true, because Late Night with Jimmy Fallon has featured not one, not two, but THREE of my father/daughter tweets on their site. This clearly demonstrates how my dad and I are three times as awesome as most other people. (Sorry, non-awesomes, we just can’t help it!) I am still not the proud author … Continue reading

After The Thrill Is Gone

After The Thrill Is Gone

Jack Vettriano, After The Thrill Is Gone She wasn’t some twenty-year-old, capable of believing that a couple of kisses were a transforming event. That a few sparks and some heat could turn a lonely, stressed-out woman into a femme fatale and a hard man into a romantic hero. –An Unforgettable Lady, by J.R. Ward writing … Continue reading

Just As Ready To Have It Held

Just As Ready To Have It Held

I did not have the tiny hand you read about in books – it did not disappear between the two of his – but I was just as ready to have it held. -Jane Smiley, The All-True Travels and Adventures of Lidie Newton