Archive for the “Frank Talks” category

Little Hands And His Ballpoint Pen

by sandra on July 27, 2017

{HAROLD AND THE PURPLE CRAYON, an enchanting “children’s” book written by Crockett Johnson and published in 1955, extols the unlimited possibilities at hand when we use our imagination. I discovered it as an adult in my 40s in the discount bin of (…)

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Tick Tock

by sandra on July 26, 2017

She reached out to me as I was passing by her in the sitting area of my acting studio. “I remember you,” she smiled. “You came into class once and we did repetition together. I remember that I found you (…)

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Summer Rituals (From my memoir, “The Corner of Burch and Grace”)

by sandra on July 25, 2017

We stopped at 12 o’clock and I inhaled deep.  Spread out below me, as far and as wide as I could see lay The Scrambler, The Tilt-A-Whirl, The Cages, The Bumper Cars, The Merry-Go-Round, The Rockets, The Round Up, The (…)

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Thunder Fan Ticking Clock

by sandra on July 24, 2017

There’s no breeze here. There’s never a breeze. The thunder offers an auditory distraction from the weight of the heat but I need the fan for the breeze. A manmade breeze. A womanmade breeze. A FanMade breeze. Who was it (…)

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Darkness….. and Light

by sandra on July 23, 2017

A shroud of horror lands on any decent person who’s heard the grisly tale of the five teenage boys in Coco Beach, Florida, who stood by idly on July 9 – like a pack of demonic hyenas- cackling, taunting and (…)

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