Monthly Archives: March 2009

Glitches and Witches

Had some weird kind of Venus in retrograde (oh yes it is) sort of glitch with my website for a few days but it is now back up and running, HURRAY!!!- except for having replaced all the apostrophes in my … Continue reading

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THOUGHTS ON MY 44th BIRTHDAY

I’m feeling pretty good actually although as I remarked to a friend who is celebrating her 44th birthday next month, we are now old ‘young people’. When we turn 50, we will be young ‘old’ people. It’s the in-between stage … Continue reading

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OOPS!

Ok, I was going to do a special 150th post but I have just realized that this is the 152nd. How did that happen? Anyway, a few of them have been very short and many more have been very silly … Continue reading

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THE JOY OF WRITING

The Guardian in the UK recently ran an article asking nine successful writers their thoughts on the writing process. Here’s the address to see the article in full: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2009/mar/03/authors-on-writing Most of them said it was not a joyful experience. Perhaps … Continue reading

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BLASE

Do you think this is where the blahs come from? Anyway for once I’m not speaking of myself. Oh no! The temperature has risen, the last cataclysmic snowstorm they predicted fell woefully below the expectations of the doomsayers, the birds … Continue reading

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DISCONNECTED

I often feel disconnected. Spending your days hunched over a computer or a notebook will do that to you. Long walks with no one for company but my pre-verbal daughter will do that too. She is quite good about not … Continue reading

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