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My Story…

Let me get in one more plug for my autism website, Forming Horizons — which, still being a young blog, could use this extra boost.

My first official post deals with — you guessed it — my personal experience.  Here it is:

 

My Story — Part 1/4

Whew!  Remember me?  It’s been way too long.

Believe me, I would like to have been blogging a lot more in the last several months (it suddenly occurs to me that I have posted nothing on Into the Dance in 2017 up to this point).

But when you Continue Reading »

An Ailing Woman’s Plea

This woman suffers from the genetic disorder Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.

I’d like to help her more, but my only “connection” is to local media sources.  I have a wider connection via Into the Dance, so here it is.  Any ideas as to how we can help her cause?

Well it’s Thanksgiving Week, a time for gratitude.  So my thoughts on Peter Berg’s recent film Deepwater Horizon seem timely.

I guess my only real gripe about the film is that Mark Wahlberg, as well as he does overall, can’t quite pull off playing a Texan.

Other than that, loved it.  Among its qualities are: Continue Reading »

My Moustached ‘Jack’

Thought I’d get creative this year.  Happy Halloween!

jack-o-lantern

donald_trump_august_19_2015_croppedIf the firestorms surrounding Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump were literal, America would long ago have been reduced to cinders.

A 10-year-old video, recently shared by the Washington Post, shows Trump and Billy Bush (of Access Hollywood) making lewd comments about women on the set of the soap opera Days of Our Lives.

Let’s state the obvious first: Continue Reading »

On the Beauty of Fall

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I am prejudiced when it comes to the four seasons — fall is my favorite.

Fall is nature at its aesthetic best, giving us a heraldic panoply of colors and scents.

But fall is traditionally a time to reflect on the reality of death, as well as being a time of beauty.

Forgive me, but I don’t think that’s an accident. Continue Reading »