Category Archives: Disconnected

Sooner or later the fever ends

Four Thoughts, Disconnected 1.)  I spent a much too short weekend with my dear friends, K and J, at the Omni Mount Washington Resort, a grand hotel tucked into Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Wraparound porches, fireplaces, twinkling lights, reading nooks … Continue reading

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I wanted so badly not to be me

Four Thoughts, Disconnected 1) Writing this late on a Saturday night, to post on a Sunday. And I’m buzzing and happy and creative. This feeling won’t last forever. Knowing my brain, it’s working on a way to sabotage this moment. … Continue reading

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Millions of People are Waitin’ on Love

Four Thoughts, Disconnected 1) This was the week of shutting things down. I took a break from Twitter because I was using it to distract and narcotize myself. And I was using it to stab myself with a particular small … Continue reading

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Bing! Bang! Bong!

Four Thoughts, Disconnected 1) I’ve been reading Sophia Loren’s memoir, Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: My Life.  She is a hero of mine, for her beauty, her warmth, her sexiness, her smarts, her talent, her style. Everything. She is everything I want to be, the … Continue reading

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There’ll Never Be a Kiss Like Your Kiss

Four Thoughts, Disconnected 1. Sometimes, I take a hot shower so long that I think I lose consciousness. Leaning my left shoulder on the tiled wall, steamy, soap melting in my hand, I could be dreaming. I lose time, maybe I … Continue reading

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Oh life, it’s bigger

Four thoughts, disconnected. 1) I stopped on the first step, and a few cold drops of rain dripped from the awning, down the open neck of my t-shirt. Startled, I stood in place. The cold touch of the water was … Continue reading

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