One thing Gong-Gong once told me was that no matter what we do in life, music was important. At that time, I was frustrated, and my hours of piano lessons added to how I felt. I was trying to learn irregular beats and just wasn't getting it. When I explained it to her, she told … Continue reading Ambassador Anderson
Last night was a full moon. Chances are that you had weird dreams followed by something unusual happening to your body. It's a scientific fact that has nothing to do with astrology or Tarot or witchcraft. It's not a supposition or belief. It's true. It has to do with waves and pull and conflict with … Continue reading What Did You Expect?
Seriously, this is what I feel I'm doing. I'm just remembering people I met, particularly through Gong-Gong, and at times throughout my life on my own. Gong-Gong had someone she knew who lived in her apartment. She was my sixth grade teacher, Rocene Guenther. Rocene had a sister, Ethel, who I came to know and … Continue reading Name Dropping
I got an email from a newspaper that quit carrying my column because I mentioned the topic of suicide too often. They felt it was too morbid. Never mind that there has been a 30 percent rise in suicide in the last few years. Never mind that suicide was recently named as the second leading…Talking … Continue reading Talking – and Aunt Leona