Long ago and far away, I worked as a freelance wedding planner. My specialty was economical weddings in dramatic settings, such as beach weddings, foreign destination weddings and weddings in authentic Texas locations. I once planned an elegant wedding in an old Austin Texas barn, attended by some famous C&W musicians. As they invited meContinue reading “Boutonniere Inspirations for a Wedding”
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On this, the last day of February, I recall how I used to pity those poor kids who could only celebrate their birthdays on the actual date, every couple of years. I felt uncomfortable about the ambiguous nature of the leap year birthday. I mean, those poor kids had to hesitate and figure out anContinue reading “Happy Leap Day…well, I think…”
Hung Liu, Jiu Jin Shan HUNG LIU (Old Gold Mountain), 1994, 200,000 fortune cookies with support structure and train tracks, Dimensions variable, Collection of the artist John and I paid a visit to the Nevada Museum of Art today. The exhibit encompassed a visual history of the Lake Tahoe area created by 175 painters,Continue reading “Donner, Party of Six….”
The Mills Brothers released their hit “Too Many Irons in the Fire” in 1946. 70 years later, this song could be designated my theme song. Yet, how many irons are too many? I suppose that much is subjective. I live a multi-faceted existence and always seem to have a lot of irons in the fire. Continue reading “The Writing Life”