Monthly Archives: August 2009

Healing Touch: How it might help you…

A few years ago I was living in Connecticut where I had grown up and found myself vocation-less! I had returned to Connecticut from California  in order to be with my mother who was ill at the time. I had been working in the career center of the Haas School of Business at Berkeley for […]

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Rent a Room

when the air is so thick you want to be very still head to the shore and rent a room with a view. Lie on the bed and imagine the only thing you can…

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Labor Day and Other Holidays for Single People

I have been conducting a survey  of the single population and researching attitudes about holidays. I have been doing this because I hate holidays and I wanted to see if all my other single friends felt the same way. The answer in a nut shell is : some do and some don’t but most do. […]

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Labor Day for Romantics: some ideas on what to do…

  Three days before the real world begins again and snaps us up with its giant zig zag grip of organized days and hours labeled with to do items. The last sweet days of summer meant to be filled with hyaciinth and jasmine, mustard and ketchup, cats and dogs, loud and soft, bitter and sweet, all […]

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AN OLDER WOMAN THINKS ABOUT HER LIFE

  The Mother               Where the Hell is everyone? She is alone again. It’s cocktail hour and there’s no cocktail. No nice little frosted glass of that California chardonnay she liked. No nicely starched butler to serve it to her. The butler. Oh yes. The butler had died. No more Grasshoppers. No more being […]

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Quentin Tarentino

Quentin Tarentino is considered to be a genius by many film lovers in today’s world. I am writing this blog to ask why this is? I have made this my research project for a few days. I asked people I respect both old and young why they like his films and whether or not they […]

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