Pollyanna Meets the Dragon

Instinctively pleasantly fractured optimistic Pollyanna is approached by the demonstratively persistent fractured negative yet insanely creative and talented Dragon. They spur, they spark, they play, they do, it gets tangled. And then they do no more and cut off what was once a temporary lifeline; each being forever changed by the other. To Robert withContinue reading “Pollyanna Meets the Dragon”

Sun Stays Up Longer

It was 5:48 PM EST NYC when I first noticed the twilight of the day lingering on. It made me smile; and I felt warm knowing Mother Nature is telling time again. And it’s wonderful to know…and of course we help her with tuning our clocks backwards and forwards. I did some research… Daylight SavingContinue reading “Sun Stays Up Longer”

2019 as it blows away

Watching TCM’s Remembers – a stunning piece yet again…makes me think of all the great artists we have lost, it seems like so many more are gone this year, that I remember in the past or maybe I know more of them now. Ah yes, that must be it. Time shovels on and we digContinue reading “2019 as it blows away”

A West Village Original, ha! Living Large in Small Spaces

Michael D. Minichiello and I spoke over the phone and he summed up my life, career and THE PASS in 7 paragraphs! Now that’s some fine tuning! Really enjoyed speaking with him. And I think the most charming part of New York is The West Village, hands down. Everything is smaller so maybe smaller isContinue reading “A West Village Original, ha! Living Large in Small Spaces”

Writing Remembering

At any given moment, we may write what we think and feel. We put it down, we proclaim, we spit it out, we share with whatever our intentions were/are at the time we write. Saying something is one thing, however writing it down is another. Perhaps we write things down in order to not forget,Continue reading “Writing Remembering”

Requiem For Celeste

A Requiem For Celeste  July 13, 2019       Articles, People Celeste Martin: November 11, 1927—December 13, 2018 By Denise Marsa  How many times have you heard about a New York City landlady giving every tenant in her multiple landmark rental buildings a special gift bag filled with Christmas goodies? Every year Celeste Martin looked forward to takingContinue reading “Requiem For Celeste”