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in conclusion (3) and oh yeah, about roseanne


The Alabama River was a picture of calm and serenity that stood in sharp contrast to our day filled with turbulence and uneasiness. The colorful cocktails, merriment of the partygoers on our riverboat cruise and the blaring upbeat music of the band on the boat lifted my spirits and … Continue reading

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both my girls got haircuts this week…have a look!


Spike pays no attention to the new “looks” I think they’re fabulous! yes, of course I’m cute… but where are my cookies? Mother’s Day at home with Pretty, the dogs and the pool. Life is good. Stay tuned.    

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can you walk 4 miles in Pretty’s shoes?


Occasionally I luck into making a good decision – not often, mind you, just once in a blue moon… the moon wasn’t blue, but it was a full moon (the view from our little balcony – the moonlight bathed our … Continue reading

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BONUS pics from Francis Marion trip!


I was pleasantly surprised to find a very kind note from Dr. Lance Weldy this morning when I opened my email, and he sent more pictures he took after the panel presentation when we were signing copies of Southern Perspectives on the Queer … Continue reading

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road trip to Francis Marion University!


What a wonderful reception for Southern Perspectives on the Queer Movement: Committed to Home at Pride Week at Francis Marion University last night! A group of 30 students plus several faculty members gathered in Lowrimore Auditorium to hear four contributors … Continue reading

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man of Appalachia


When Walker Williams (83) and his brother Dit (89) go looking for a good time these days, they get in Walker’s car and take a drive north and east of Landrum, South Carolina where Walker lives now toward a tiny … Continue reading

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#STAND AGAINST HATE


corner of Main and Laurel – parade starts here where are my peeps? where’s our group? for sure YOU rock, little sis! These girls rock, too – ALL TOGETHER NOW! you girls totally rock! my chariot for the parade – … Continue reading

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an extra special Tuesday


The cover of my third book features a family snapshot of my favorite Aunt Lucille who was my daddy’s sister, her daughter Melissa, my mother and daddy, and me. I am the child fiddling with my gloves and not looking … Continue reading

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Manic Monday at WIMBLEDON Tomorrow – Feel the Magic!


Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive…it’s a train, it’s a plane, it’s Super Manic Monday at Wimbledon tomorrow and my head will be spinning like one of those old antique tops that we recently sold at … Continue reading

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and on a lighter note, happy fourth, America


As the fireworks boom and crackle around me in our new neighborhood tonight, I have a few parting shots myself from a day of family, friends and fun in our new home. These are the good ol’ days…trust me on … Continue reading

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