The View from a Drawbridge

The random musings of a bridgetender with entirely too much time on her hands.

It occurred to me recently that before you can be a writer, you must first have something to say. You have to have opinions and thoughts and ideas. You have to be good at explaining and/or describing things. You can’t be hesitant to speak your mind. I’ve always had something to say. No doubt about …

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It always surprises me when other people aren’t equally engrossed by the things that I find interesting. I have no idea why that is. You’d think I’d have learned by now. But how can you not enjoy a really good book or a well done PBS documentary? How can you not loose entire afternoons when …

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I was at home, sound asleep, when I got a phone call from my boss the other day. She was calling to let me know that StoryCorps was trying to track me down. I was intrigued. Why on earth would StoryCorps be contacting me? For those who are unfamiliar with this amazing organization, I’ll quote …

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