Tag Archives: identity

Sharks Under the Floorboards

A Big Life: Encouragement for People in the Arts –  Two dogs knocked me down by the side of the road and started eating my back. “Surely someone will stop to rescue me,” I thought  as a car went right … Continue reading

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Cold Teeth and Overhead Lights

A Big Life: Encouragement for People in the Arts –  As I rushed down the oceanside promenade, the blowing rain whipped my hair into my mouth. Despite my repeated efforts to push it back under my hood, it seemed to … Continue reading

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Tennis Shoe Politics

A Big Life: Encouragement for People in the Arts  – I don’t believe in sides. I really don’t. I am someone who is always looking for a third way of looking at things. Politically I am a moderate. Yet this … Continue reading

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Houses with Secret Rooms

A Big Life: Encouragement for People in the Arts  – When I was a little girl I used to sit in the fields above my house on a hill and hide in the tall grass. I would tramp it down … Continue reading

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Lonesome Some More

A Big Life: Encouragement for People in the Arts – It is hard to be honest. Lots of people don’t like it. I don’t even like it when people are honest with me. A good friend told me once, “People don’t want … Continue reading

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When in Spain…Do as the Children Do

A Big Life: Encouragement for People in the Arts – I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go. – writer Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy One summer after a busy year of … Continue reading

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