Having It All, Having Nothing Maggie was waiting at home. I had to bring her car back soon. She’d accepted responsibility for driving me to the bus station, the dumpy, neglected art deco place that still lit its Greyhound sign over Main Street, awaiting the catastrophe of urban
The Teachings of Abraham Excited by my first brush with Abraham-Hicks, pacing around that airport in Buffalo, waiting for my delayed flight, I searched for more when I was back in New York. I went to the website and found the skimpy biographies.
Sex and Civil Rights in a Small Town, 1966 “Well,” Bruce announced, “on Monday, we’ll have to go out to looking for jobs, but first, I’m going to show you how to have a good time. We’ll go over to Gentleman Joe’s to celebrate your first week of freedom.”
Things I Learned While Insane I guess I’d better clarify where I was coming from and clear up the mystery of why it wasn’t necessarily insanity that made me start thinking about marriage again, this time to Charlie. It might have been, sure, but I repeat, not necessarily.
Rondo This is a free chapter from The Messes I Made While You Were Waiting for Godot.How to make a decent knot after more than a quarter-million words, some good jokes, wisecracks, stories, revelations and what we learned on the bus? Lizzie’s gone. That’s one thing I should tell you.
Arthur Avenue, The Bronx This is a free chapter from Travels with George: New York, a story about the cats’ visit to New York’s real Little Italy, Arthur Avenue in The Bronx. One day, they put Billy and me in our carriers in the back seat of the car. “Sorry, boys,”
Going Back Going Back is a free chapter from Amazing: Truths About Conscious Awareness (Click here)There must once have been at least a jiffy of wholeness, a twinkle in the cohesion of seamless belonging. Every cell may contain residues of history in its universal library. Our desire to rejoin seasons every step,
Paris! Paris is a sample chapter: Travels with George: Paris, an illustrated book told by a cat about smuggle his way to Paris and touring the sites.Author: David StoneIllustrations: Deborah Julian“This is funny,” he says, flipping the pages of a book he has open in his lap. Travels with George: Paris
Fifty-trillion… No matter how many times we hear that number, no matter how easily the words spin off our lips, it’s so big we can probably never grasp it in a practical way. But it’s a number we really should think about because it’s approximately the number cells we