Are they serious?
Are they serious?
As it’s a new month, here on a small island in Greece, locals pay electric, water and phone bills through the local post office. Up a flight of steps, in back of the “agora” or market, is the small Post Office. Since budget cuts, there is only one woman behind the counter doing all –(…)
SOMEWHERE in the world of mail, ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM is wending its way toward me. As one more twilight wraps my room in Royal Blue satin, I tap my toe and hope that tomorrow will be THE day the bling-adorned postmistress hands me a package. Until then, my impatience wiggles like a captured(…)
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A nail-biter. Will Peaches give it a Rave or a Pan? [Elephant in the Living Room]
First copies of ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM to arrive by express mail before midday on Wednesday. They did not. Left for the airport without seeing, touching, smelling, tasting, chewing on, my co-produced newborn and flew east for 10 hours to the Old World. I do not know when/if my newborn will catch up with me,(…)
Oneiro Press, U.K., announces the publication of ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM by ALISON LESLIE GOLD and DARIN ELLIOT. It’s available in the U.S. and worldwide (as a book or kindle) by ordering from Amazon. Written for ages 10-13 but for people of all ages who love dogs, skateboards, rabbits and parrots, and may know(…)
The last tomatoes! Behold! Cool, damp, moist, bewildered, looking every way at once. Look at the cover proof of ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM – back, front, and spine. Find a glaring error and get a free copy. While it’s being corrected, much nail-nibbling. And the gifts of nature, what to do with them?
Garden forgotten as heat, humidity, guests, exhaustion, theater, Statue of Liberty, trip upstate, much eating, drinking, eating, walking, collapsing displaced it. Returned yesterday to deluge of rain, so garden and final harvest of tiny tomatoes must wait until the departure of the airport car at 4 a.m. tomorrow morning. BUT … a paste-up of the(…)
There’s rosemary too, also dill and tiny tomatoes, mostly yellow, remaining in the garden. Ginger boiled in water overpowers a case of indigestion from who nows what. August’s come and gone, September brings that beguiling light, Virgo birthdays, visitors from England who’ve never been to America before. ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM trembles on a thin(…)