Posts Tagged ‘ self esteem ’

Writing My Solo Show.

22nd September 2017 | 2 Comments

Okay, Okay. There has been lots of great stuff happening. I am skipping that list to go to the main event: I am actually working (under a deadline) on my musical AKA my one-woman show. After decades of talking about it, I am actively doing it. For real, for real. My friend the acclaimed solo [...]

Bricks and Mortar

21st April 2012 | 0 Comments

And I said to him: your silence is like a wrecking ball. Then I realized that no one can knock my house down. I’ve stood tall and strong for fifty years. I started thinking of how much damage I’ve done to myself: weight, unfulfilled promise of my talent, fear and lack of action. Sometimes I [...]

Life is Good, mostly

15th June 2011 | 0 Comments

… especially if I focus on certain things like my upcoming appearance in Tony Fitzpatrick’s play “Stations Lost” at Steppenwolf Garage or the recent string of great gigs we’ve been rocking lately or the recent flurry of social events I’ve managed to leave my diva cave to attend. Life is shit if I focus on [...]

Been meaning to write but inexplicably unable to do so…

15th August 2009 | 2 Comments

Yep, I’m going thru a phase. But I’m coming out of it now. What was going on in my life: My house was out of control. I didn’t feel like cleaning it, ever. My weight was out of control. I didn’t feel like dieting, exercising or giving a damn, ever. The economy caught up with [...]