Monthly Archives: October 2011

David, pray

(Early draft stories from my agoraphobic life) In his youth, David Pray sported a thick shock of blonde, wavy hair. That’s what you noticed first: all that crazy yellow-white hair. He had fine blue eyes, thick, pouty-boy lips, and a … Continue reading

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Thoughts on “A Smirnoff and Coke”

If you haven’t read my essay, and you’re interested, here is a link to Connotation Press-An Online Artifact that will bring you to editor Robert Clark Young, and to my essay, “A Smirnoff and Coke.”  http://connotationpress.com/creative-nonfiction I wanted to use this blog … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, Alcoholism, Caring for parents, Death, Getting Older, memories, The 1960s, The 1970s, Uncategorized, Writing | 6 Comments