Archive for the ‘lil’ edie moment’ Category

~like butter~

Thursday, September 17th, 2020

Yo Ziggy, check out Mom’s sweater tie—it seriously stretches all the way to the dinning room!  And when it snaps back, you just grab it again, like, a million times.  Nah, don’t worry, she’ll never know. Now just to mix it up, you can start on her scarves, like the silk ones with the hand-beading?  […]

~let’s get ready to rumble!~

Saturday, September 12th, 2020

~a word from our sponsor~

Sunday, October 20th, 2019

Sometimes when travelling, one must pause and be dazzled by local television. We discovered wine-making human grapes competing internationally, women dancing in aprons, women dancing in bubbles, women selling voodoo amulets, and, Boy George.

~after the storm~

Wednesday, September 4th, 2019

Parts One & Two.

~janitor of lunacy~

Sunday, February 10th, 2019

Lady of the evening conjures Nico’s Janitor of Lunacy, flanked by her canvases and draped in Westwood. Lil’ Dorian Gray. Linda Montano rises from the dead to ask, did you get my postcard? A night at Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art (SDMA).


Saturday, September 8th, 2018

~further signs of spring~

Saturday, April 7th, 2018

We drove 104 miles to Massachusetts to rescue this Victorian wicker set.

~further signs of spring~

Sunday, March 25th, 2018

Someone gallantly wrangles a couple pallets for his favorite gardner to upcycle into flower boxes, and that silly spoiler serves yet again…

~four, all of the above~

Saturday, March 17th, 2018

plexiglass reliquary #2: the second page of a letter dated March 23, 1945, wherein Tennessee Williams describes the plot of a new play he’s been immersed in (tentatively titled, Blanche’s Chair in the Moon or The Moth). I love this document for two reasons– I dearly relate to him trying to pitch to his agent […]

~traveler of both time and space~

Friday, January 19th, 2018

In the sunrise hours of January 19th, beneath a frigid sky sheltering Hudson Valley’s shorn and snowy vistas, the radio waves’ Kashmir spurring ever onward, this Italo-German manifest the tenacity, ingenuity, and can-do spirit of our nation’s foremothers and fathers as he charioted a trusty U-Haul cargo van to the New York State capital’s federal […]

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