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No Regrets!

May 18, 2017
the road to hell

Don’t I wish? Good intentions may not lead to hell, but they can lead to a life of regrets—if only and what if. With age, I have acquired enough experience to know that I am happiest when I seek to live life without regrets, without all the “should haves”—all the times I procrastinated until it was too late—pricking my conscience. My cousin in Alabama taught …

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… & here’s the green bedroom

July 24, 2015

Green walls, flowered English chintz and vintage 1930s Colonial Revival twin beds referred to in yesterday’s blog, “God’s Compensation“… my Dallas condo, bought 10 months after Lev died, was my first opportunity ever to decorate exactly as I wanted. Everyone says, “Don’t make any important decisions the first year,” but this was a good decision and a good break from the drudgery of learning Lev’s business …

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Great Scott! Opera Meets Football

July 16, 2015

Great Scott! Opera meets football at The Dallas Opera this fall, in a new work by top contemporary opera composer Jake Heggie and Corpus Christi native and playwright Terrance McNally. And if that isn’t good enough, Joyce DiDonato, regularly starring in Metropolitan Opera productions, is the diva. Having never lived in a large city (not counting New Orleans until age 6), I seldom had the …

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