Monthly Archives: May 2015

Weight wait

It’s been a lifelong kinda thing. Fat it is not about the numbers, not entirely. I’ve been heavier than I am currently, and had “fat serenity.” I’ve been thin and miserable. Today, I believe I could stand a little of that particular … Continue reading

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Prayers of the antagonostics

I am scared today God. Slept hard, woke up exhausted, spent, alone. Thank you for the quiet center in this space where you are. I apologize. I am very sorry that it takes a bulldozer, a crane, a trained hostage negotiator, sixteen mules, … Continue reading

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First Press on “Manicures & Monuments!”

Click on the link below to read Dallas critic/author Alexandra Bonifield’s smart and insightful article on WaterTower Theatre’s upcoming production of “Manicures & Monuments.”

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Today at work…

A black & white goatograph . Some zoo babies don’t get network coverage and big headlines, but they still make a huge impression on young naturalists. We named it Forrest, because it likes to run.

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My sons are 18 years old today. Born 6.5 weeks early, after 17 hours of labor, around 8:30 and 8:38 a.m., and weighing 6 pounds, 3.5 ounces and 5 pounds, 1 ounce, they now stand around 6 feet tall. I … Continue reading

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I’m thinking about these women this morning, and many more in my life who raised me, comforted me, provoked and inspired me with their wit, strength, labors, works of the heart, and ideas. Here’s to the ladies in the housecoats. … Continue reading

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