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Hijacked

by sandra on September 25, 2016

{I first published this post September 21, 2012.  Every fall, She shows up as a complete surprise and today was the day.  Each year, She reminds me that, just when you’re not expecting it, Life will waft something beautiful your way.} It (…)

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PRETTY WOMAN

by sandra on May 7, 2016

{In honor of my mother this Mother’s Day, I offer “PRETTY WOMAN”, EXCERPTED FROM MY UPCOMING MEMOIR, “THE CORNER OF BURCH AND GRACE”, SOON TO BE ADAPTED INTO A ONE-WOMAN SHOW.  (i’m the one woman, by the way)} “Did you (…)

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A Disturbance In The Force

by sandra on January 10, 2015

I first wrote this post December 15, 2012, the day after the Sandy Hook Elementary School Massacre.  Here we are, two years later, continuing to rack up the tragedies one-by-one.  Whether it’s the massacre at the Charlie Hebdo newspaper offices (…)

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I Fought the Law and the Law Won

by sandra on March 30, 2014

I appeared in traffic court last Tuesday evening to answer two tickets: one was for an alleged moving violation; the other was a trumped-up add-on for not having a Georgia license, issued solely because I got mouthy with the cop. In (…)

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Thankful for Good Circumstances

by sandra on November 28, 2013

For the past couple months, I’ve been taking on-camera acting classes.  One of my classmates, a redheaded Ukrainian neophyte of about 30, asked one evening of our instructor, “Vut do vee do if vee haf to play sumvun who ees bad or even (…)

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