The woman from Day 15 puts down her notepad and pencil to go for a walk around the auditorium to clear her head. Halfway back to the stage, she gets an idea. She runs back to the stage to write it down, but by the time she gets there, it is gone again.
A woman sits with a notepad, tapping a pencil on the paper. No words come.
Austin’s PRIDE parade is in September and the Austin Chronicle has termed this month the gayest September ever. Which means it’s a busy month for an LGBTQ Lifestyle writer in Austin. Between the Austin Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival, the Stargayzer Music Festival, and an entire week of events coming up leading up to PRIDE […]
Susan Sontag was an influential and renowned scholar, feminist, critic, filmmaker, and author – perhaps one of the last of a generation of public intellectuals, the likes of which are rarely seen now. Nancy D Kates’ new documentary film, Regarding Susan Sontag, is an in-depth look at the life and work of this inspiring and […]
I realized yesterday that watching a movie after work was the only real time I’ve had to myself in over a week. Been picking up extra odd jobs and such to make up for one boss being out of town 2 weeks this month and other job being slow. Between that and trying to keep […]
There’s something I’ve been thinking a lot about the past few weeks. I posted a lot while I was still in my old job about how difficult and stressful and demoralizing it was working in a call center. I spent so long trying to get out of there that I didn’t think about how long […]
Just had a lovely evening of conversation with a friend. She’s in Internet Marketing and has recently started operating her business based on gifts and gratitude; giving things away to those who need them rather than setting a fixed price for services, and letting folks contribute as they will. Even though we’re coming at all […]
…. to be elaborated on later… Traffic was “whew!” today… and yesterday, too, for that matter. Is everyone taking a page from my book and avoiding the highway? I had a thought today as someone cut in front of me and I decided not to honk at them because I could see how they thought […]