We live in a world of technological wonder. We can stream last night’s television, and sometimes tomorrow’s movies, over the Internet to our computers and our phones. We can use webcams to have video chats with our parents on the other side of the country (or in other countries). For years, now, we’ve been able [...]
You’ll immediately recognize actress and activist, Elaine Hendrix, from her role in the 1998 Disney remake of Parent Trap. Newcomer Lindsey Lohan was adorable. Dennis Quaid was… Dennis Quaid. Natasha Richardson was glamorous. Yet Elaine Hendrix nearly stole the show.
You may know the name Marcia Clark and remember her from her past life as an LA, California deputy district attorney.
Tall, blond and sexy only begins to describe Country Singer Trace Adkins. Country fans can’t help but have heard the dulcet tones of Adkins.
One reason I wanted to write from an early age is because so many writers, dead and alive, have helped me, sometimes even really saving me. … Sharing your experience through honest words is one of the best gifts you can give.
It’s impossible for me to write about courage without also acknowledging its mirror image: fear. Fear is necessary. It keeps us alive during unexpected events, like escaping a grizzly bear in the woods or extricating ourselves from a burning building. Living in fear, though, or allowing it to take over our lives can stunt your [...]
We love our family and friends despite this baggage. Is it because we were tricked into loving them before their baggage was revealed? Or is dealing with their baggage a small price to pay for all of the love and support we get from them?
There’s lots of advice out there about how to find a job that you love. To be clear, I’m not talking about a fantasy job. Let’s get real people. You have to work with what you’ve got from a skills perspective combined with many multi-related events and activities converging together to establish what is actually [...]
It is January and I am taking a break from my MFA residency at Goddard College in Vermont. I just finished trekking through snow into the town of Plainfield to visit my favorite haunt – an obscure little bookstore that bursts with endless shelves of books no longer in print. The proprietor recognizes me as [...]
Tell our readers about your background. Where are you from, and how did you start writing for a living? I was born and raised in Los Angeles, the middle child of a big, noisy family. Thanks to my two older sisters, I started reading at a young age and I spent most of my childhood [...]
When we spoke with singer/songwriter Stacy Clark last summer, her album, “Connect the Dots,” was about to be the album of the week on iTunes. Since then she’s spent several months on the road, and her album went into wide release two weeks ago. We’re really impressed with her drive as well as her music, [...]
I look at the choices I have made in relationships. If I loved me so much why didn’t I choose to be with someone who loved me just as much if not more? If I felt I was so incredible how did I come to repeatedly choose to love men who were liars, cheaters and generally emotionally unavailable? Why didn’t they see how magnificent I was and, therefore treat me accordingly? Simple. Because, my self worth, my self esteem, my general level of decency as it relates to how I am treated was not theirs to manage. It was mine.
My story begins at Oklahoma City University in December of 1999 when Clint and I began dating. We fell in love and got married in October of 2002. Just 2 days before our 3rd Anniversary, my husband and I found out we were expecting our first child. We were so excited!!! The pregnancy was near [...]
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