Fare thee well, James

I’m trying to remember to post when I have blogs elsewhere, which is quite a lot more than it is here these days.  (The Goddess Blogs, Writer Unboxed, Reinventing Fabulous)….
By now you’ve all heard the news about actor James Gandolfini, who died of an apparent heart attack in Rome.  Weirdly fitting that he was on his way to Sicily.

I don’t get much into celebrity watching, the lives and deaths and weddings and babies of famous folk, but I am quite sad about the passing of Gandolfini.  There was something real and true and clean about him, a deep understanding of the vulnerability of the human condition that made his acting one of the best things we’ve ever seen. Continue reading at The Goddess Blogs

Dear New, Young, Passionate, Painfully Aspiring Writer Self: I am looking at you with great
We are working on a new title for my next book. I'm nearly finished with
It is February which means I have survived the worst month in Colorado, which is
I have been in hiding, deep in my cave, finishing the new book, THE GARDEN
Join me over at Chick Lit is Not Dead for a special blog and a
Dear New, Young, Passionate, Painfully Aspiring Writer Self: I am looking at you with great
We are working on a new title for my next book. I'm nearly finished with
It is February which means I have survived the worst month in Colorado, which is
I have been in hiding, deep in my cave, finishing the new book, THE GARDEN
Join me over at Chick Lit is Not Dead for a special blog and a

3 thoughts on “Fare thee well, James

  1. I read and commented at refab. He was a very talented actor. I’ve been trying to figure out what I always see in his eyes – observing the world with fascination – that’s what I see.

  2. Sorry – The Goddess Blog not refab

  3. Great yoga resources you have on this page. Will take a look around on your website!

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