Category Archives: celebration

A Good Talk

You said, “I have something I was thinking about telling you, but I wish I knew how you’ll take it.” Your truth wasn’t something I had to “take”. I love you, actual you, real you, all of you. Knowing more of … Continue reading

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Meto-News 2/10/15: tNY Anthology Arrives and Other Intriguing Thoughts

As previously promised, here are my tNY Book IV contributor’s kickbacks. Visuals reign supreme in this weird little book, which is as it should be. Check it out: My story appears on page 24  and is paired here not with the artwork of … Continue reading

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A Party

 I have been out of town to attend a party thrown by our friend, a devotee of the Hindu goddess, Lakshmi. The occasion was the welcoming party for his two month old baby, a beautiful, already laughing child named for … Continue reading

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