The Beginning of Sorrows

The thing about tragedies is that they can catch you by surprise.  You get up in the morning and lazily eat breakfast as if you have all the time in the world.  You pick out something to wear (as if it mattered), and lackadaisically wander through the routine of a morning.  You think your meaningless [...]

It Was A Dark and Stormy Night

Thought I’d repost this one so those just starting to find my blog would know where I am going with this…

Free Fall

(If you are new to this blog, a good way to read it is to start with the very first post, “It Was A Dark And Stormy Night.”  This is a memoir, the story of my life.  If you are offended by expletives, you may want to skip this post.  I do not use them [...]

Over the Edge

A year passed, and we were still living with the guy I met at work…the one who rescued me from Michael the Archangel.  We just sort of settled in, pretending to be a family.  Except for flinching every time he tried to put his arm around me, I thought I was doing fairly well, considering.  [...]

Shades of Grey

A link to my first blog post on Lucinda Bassett’s blog, Truth Be Told: (Having problems with links.  Copy and paste into address bar please) This is a blog post about how I dealt with the suicides of both my brother and my father.  These events will be coming up soon in “Light [...]

Making My Move

Michael the Archangel and I had finally found our way back to Los Angeles.  His mother had allowed us to temporarily move in with her.  She already shared the three-bedroom bungalow with her elderly mother, who had lost a leg lifting a car off of a six-year-old girl.  We were supposedly saving money for our [...]

Truth Be Told w/ Lucinda Bassett

Truth Be Told w/ Lucinda Bassett

Here’s a link to the radio show I appeared on today with Lucinda Bassett.

Truth Be Told

I will be interviewed on the radio Thursday, October 4, 2012, at around 11:45 a.m. PST.  The show is Lucinda Bassett’s new radio show, “Truth Be Told”.  She will be interviewing me about how I was affected by the suicides of my brother and father and my experience with agoraphobia.  You can tune in live [...]