Monthly Archives: July 2011

I’m in the middle of something

I just spent the last seven hours writing a play that will be performed on stage in sixteen hours by two women I met tonight, directed by a man I met tonight.  I’m writing for a twenty four hour play … Continue reading

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Albuquerque to Woodland Hills

Manifest Destiny complete.  Today I made the final leg from Albuquerque, NM to Woodland Hills, CA. Miles – 816 Miles per hour – 105 Intuitive Speeding Ticket Avoidance System Success Rate – 100% Road Snacks – Cherry/Blue Raspberry Icee and … Continue reading

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Pattison to Albuquerque

Today I made it from Pattison, TX to Albuquerque, NM Miles – 857 Miles in West Texas – 1,000,857 Places I passed while driving through West Texas – Sudan, Earth Vulture feathers collected – 3 Colorado River crossings – 4 … Continue reading

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Fairhope to Pattison

Today I made it from Fairhope, AL to Pattison, TX Miles – 533 Miles of Rain – approx. 500 Major revenue sources in Louisiana according to billboard study – Casinos, Boudin and Cracklins Road Snacks – Cheese Crackers and Pecan … Continue reading

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Orlando to Fairhope

I’m on a cross country journey … today I left Orlando and made it to Fairhope, AL. Miles – 516 Miles to first cop sighting – 2 Number of 30 second rainstorms – 8 Unexpected detour – Missed the exit … Continue reading

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10 Things You Probably Haven’t Done

Sometimes I think I have to be a writer because my life is so full of weird things.  I’m not your normal average every day girl, nothing in my life is “normal”.  I like it that way.  Here’s a list … Continue reading

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Love Poems for the Homeless

When I moved to L.A. from Big Sur last year I was struck by the number of homeless people on the streets.  I have always had a gypsy heart and have met plenty of people who live in a van … Continue reading

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