Month: March 2020

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Mrs. Bumblebee

Over cinnamon apple tea,technicolor pictures galore,she dreamed of her lover,and so much more.I was a starving artist,oil streaked carnations, arm's reach.I danced with peasants,and ate with kings. The rustle of the quail song,Pounding against the riverbed.The opera of the nightengale,to usher in a peaceful slumber. Tributes of the birds, the…

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Viva Elvis

Viva Elvis (Aria)

Originally posted April 24, 2010

I enjoyed the show, only because I love Elvis as a pop culture icon.

I do like the fact that Cirque de Soleil produced the show specifically for Vegas. I think the joining of the two was a great idea.

However, the show might’ve played better if this was thirty – or even twenty – years ago.

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let me tell you by shirley jackson

Let Me Tell You: New Stories, Essays, and Other Writings by Shirley Jackson

I’ve always sought out stories about families – by birth or by choice – over the years.

I’m talking about Shirley Jackson’s “Let Me Tell You: New Stories, Essays, and Other Writings.” I found myself commiserating with her stories about her family and the goofy stuff they’ve had to suffer through together.

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