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Pandemonium Part 3.
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Pandemonium: a chaotic situation; tumult. Pandemic: a global outbreak of disease. NOTE: The COVID-19 pandemic is real and it’s devastating. In the following posts, I am in no way minimizing what good folks around the globe are facing in loss of income, sense of security or family members. This is simply a look into my […]

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Pandemonium, Part 2.
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Pandemonium: a chaotic situation; tumult. It all began on a perfect Friday night in February while out to dinner with my bff JP. One that started with laughter, my fave shrimp enchiladas and skinny margaritas, then went terribly wrong when we returned to my house to find my valuables stolen–along with my sense of security […]

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Pandemonium, Part 1.
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Pandemonium: a chaotic situation; tumult. Pandemic: a global outbreak of disease. NOTE: The COVID-19 pandemic is real and it’s devastating. In the following posts, I am in no way minimizing what good folks around the globe are facing in loss of income, sense of security or family members. This is simply a look into my […]

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The Audit
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If someone didn’t know me personally, they might read this blog and think, “Wow, what a man crazy wench–and furthermore, no one measures up to this bi***’s standards!” I prefer to think of myself as the non-musical, AARP version of Taylor Swift–I don’t sing about those who done me wrong–but I do like to write […]

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Man of Letters
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He reached out across the vast Tinder wasteland and said he liked my profile and could I meet him for breakfast? This was last winter and he, in my town on vacation, had posted photos of himself looking as pure and smooth as a well-aged Canadian whiskey, a guy who could’ve had an Olympic pedigree […]

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Righteous Indignation
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A few months back when the desert’s fever finally broke with the shift to the autumnal equinox, I headed east in search of some real leaf-turning splendor. Turns out it was a tad early for the vibrant coppers and reds in Washington DC, my destination, but I saw another kind of display the week I […]

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Cheap Thrills

Happy New Year dear readers! I assume this finds you, like me, breaking resolutions right and left as we stumble into 2019 praying that by the end of the year, the Dems can pull their shit together and find some suitable candidates who can end the Grand Blowhard’s dream of a second term. While that […]

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Woo-Woo World
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On the heels of my Summer of Linda, the travel bug bit me again. This time, I drove to Sedona, AZ, for a three-day vacay with JB and DB, two women I met 36 years ago when, armed with a master’s degree and a can-do attitude, I jumped onto the corporate hamster wheel. Back then […]

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Catch and Release

Guys with fish pics on their Tinder accounts are not typically my go-to choices for dates. You know the type–big, grinning guys showing off their trophies like some Cap’n Ahab (a shout out to Melville fans!). When I told the BF, a guy I met last year who included a fishing conquest in his profile […]

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The Summer of Linda
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Having recently celebrated a birthday in grand style (Alpha J pulled out the stops and with my other dear peeps, orchestrated a surprise party at my fave restaurant), I can’t help but think back to my last big bday, the one that ended in a zero. Married 27 years at that point, my husband, mr. […]

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