TIME AND PLACE

Originally posted on 78:
I’m going to be cremated. Partially so I don’t have to be stuck in one place. First of all…a handful or so of my ashes...

The 2017 travel season officially opens today, August 13th. No, I do not, today, step into my shiny new snow-white chariot and drive on up the road, O Brother soundtrack loud...

That itchy foot syndrome has spread throughout my body and, I’m afraid, my brain as well. Time to get on the road again. Claiming Viking blood allows me to explain itchy...

Even though Hillary Clinton lost the war (although winning the battle), I still admire her extensive travels as Secretary of State—and not one trip to a golf course, which is more...

You can run but you can’t hide—that is true. I’ve been mentally running since I closed out the year of 2016 with the Women’s March on Washington in January 2017. I’ve...

Originally posted on WORDS :
OscarLand is not for the faint of heart. I started this year determined to see every Oscar nominee available, host one last Oscar party...

It does seem appropriate that my Time and Place 2016 book end with the most awe-inspiring images of my life and the best moments of the year, maybe the decade, maybe my...

SEE PREVIOUS POST FOR REVIEW OF WOMEN’S MARCH. This blog-book will not end with a lyrical and moving essay about Greenland changing my life as originally intended. It will, instead, end...

  Granddaughter Teresa and friend at LA march. I was in Washington DC yesterday along with over 500,000 other revolutionaries. It was a sight and sound to behold. While there were...