Before 4/20 (the unofficial official national pot smoking holiday) there was 7/14, which happens to be the date of this post’s publication. But that’s not all 7/14 represents. It’s also the area code of Orange County, California…but I digress. So what is 7/14? And how does it connect to the Write Life to which my fellow … More 7/14 and the Write Life
Finally, the Los Angeles Times broke the story that Paul Fegen declared bankruptcy. There would be no paychecks for his employees.
Being the young, brash, ballsy woman I was back then, I stormed back to his private little domain to give him a piece of my mind.
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I like a good domestic drama/mystery from time to time. I’m not sure what this says about my recent taste in novels, but this month’s two selections are linked thematically by this retro cartoon: Maybe Freud would have something to say about my choosing two books in the same month with a film noir-type theme … More Foxy Bibliophile – July 2017
In fact, I have a theory. If the children were court-ordered to remain in the family home and the parents had to rotate in and out and back and forth, maybe more people would be willing to work at their marriages. … More Of Marriage and Independence