Monthly Archives: July 2013

Breaking the Fourth Wall

In theater actors usually don’t want to break the fourth wall, that invisible barrier between stage and audience. The connection between actors and audience comes from the audience entering the story and believing for a moment the story is real. … Continue reading

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Writing in Place ~ A Hub City Experience

One of my memories from this wonderful past weekend is vaulting onto the bed. I attended a writers’ workshop at Wofford College in Spartanburg and was assigned a room in one of the dorm suites. The economical way to set … Continue reading

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“If life must not be taken too seriously – than so neither must death.”

“If life must not be taken too seriously-than so neither must death.” ~ Samuel Butler, British author, 1835-1902 This is my funeral dress. Not the one I plan to be buried in, but the one I typically wear to funerals. … Continue reading

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There’s a Bear in My Woods

Or I think there could have been. I’m not sure. What I do know, something was making a lot of noise in one of my trees, climbing up, then back down, then moving to another one. It wasn’t a squirrel … Continue reading

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