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Forty-five Fifteen

A Big Life: Encouragement for People in the Arts –  At the start of the pandemic, it was grey out, cold and raining. My shelter in place when things closed down in March of 2020 became an oceanside town in … Continue reading

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My One and Only

A Big Life: Encouragement for People in the Arts – As I gazed into the face of my true love, my heart began to pound. It was a crucial moment, yet neither of us spoke.   I glanced down at my … Continue reading

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My Girl Super Hero

A Big Life: Encouraging Words for Those in the Entertainment Industry – When I was a little girl, I spent a lot of time watching television.  In my fantasies, I always made up a girl hero and inserted her into … Continue reading

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My Pirate Life

A Big Life: Encouraging Words for Those in the Entertainment Industry – HARPER: It’s good to be back on The Night Hawk, eh, Captain? FALCON: Aye, it is. What do you see, Harper? HARPER: Naught but waves and open sea. … Continue reading

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Writer’s Block

A Big Life: Encouragement for People in the Arts – Last Monday, someone stole my bike. It happened in the Hawthorne District outside the Bagdad Theatre Backstage Café while I was in my screenwriting class. On the night it was stolen, I … Continue reading

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