Seriously, how are we not talking about the obvious here? This little girl was pimped out by her parents from the time she was a small child. That means that she was robbed of a normal development and all her innocence, under the BEST of circumstances. As someone who worked for 18 years on a […]
I met some friends this morning at a breakfast restaurant in Berkeley I had been to once before. It’s a delightful little place with high quality dishes and what appears to be a somewhat high-end clientele, normally a place I really enjoy patronizing, as I’m a bit of a foodie. The first time I noticed […]
Depression is one of my realities. One that I, personally, deal with on a somewhat cyclical basis. I tell myself I am too lucky, too successful, too well adjusted (hah!) too old (or young) too fill-in-the-blanks to be feeling the way that I sometimes do about my life. Then I remember that what I am feeling is not […]
“I’ve always worked very, very hard, and the harder I worked, the luckier I got.” ~ Alan Bond Hi fellow travelers. The luckiest girl in the world here. Last week’s challenge was many tiered: The Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival. I love this festival like no other. It’s true, as a lesbian woman musician, this is […]
Epochalips welcomes the lovely and talented Vicki Randle to our ranks! Hi all. I have a sneaking suspicion that when Robin asked me to contribute a series of blog posts about the life of a professional musician on the road, that she might have had something in mind like, salacious backstage tidbits, encounters with celebrities, […]
It would have been my friend Lynnly’s 57th birthday yesterday, June 13th, had she survived her long battle with breast cancer. She was the funniest, silliest, corniest, as well as the most intractable, capricious, argumentative and infuriating person I have ever known. Even when she got serious about things, she was rarely introspective, instead spending […]
Hang on, it’s going to be a wild ride!