darlings we so Rarely check the “stats” pages (we lie) on our blog and IG (instagram) but when we do (frequently) we are Tickled Pink by the sheer International nature of the delicious visitors who drop by – look! Fig. 1 to decode a little (if we were Presenting a PowerPoint – which thankfully our … Continue reading tags and stats and musings.
darlings we went to a Reading with a writer-compadre last night and talked about creating-work and plot lines and beats in narrative and all sorts of interesting things that writers talk about – including the two of us (who had never met in RL before now although we’ve been writing back and forth in a … Continue reading #newLife plotting, inspiration, action and dreams.
darlings just looked up from the cafe au lait and fresh melon slices from trader joes and saw the fiery sunrise over the billboards and palm trees. the Colo(u)rs here are Extraordinary. even pale wash-over-pink stone glows against the blue/blue sky. (tiny bit Miami, non?) while the lipstick red of the newest building at the … Continue reading It’s going to be a bright, sunshine-y-day.
darlings – lengthy blog post alert! bring snacks and a large mug of tea. are you back? delicious. here. we. go. SO! *clearingthroat* we’re Terribly excited because, you see, once we Arrive in Los Angeles (much) later today – our new Life shall begin. in a way this is picking up the thread of a … Continue reading the writing (and photographing) Life.
darlings a Whirl of excitement and being all-fashionable (as who we are in RL, but we seriously hope it doesn’t go to Her head, considering We’re the one with a Book Deal – ahem). so – yesterday – as we didn’t manage to Post last night…..forgive. here we go (do you have some strong coffee … Continue reading a rather glamorous 24 hours.
darlings – – – do you recall that we are re-enacting the 1972 book “Twice Over Lightly” written by the glorious Anita Loos and the fabulous Helen Hayes before we say goodbye (as a Resident) to NYC? if you’ve just tuned in, we have already visited the Village, Joe Papp’s Public Theatre and St Paul’s Chapel to take … Continue reading #twiceoverlightly on the baby pink princess phone with astrologer lynne palmer
Darlings Do you recall our fun project about re-enacting Twice Over Lightly, the 1972 book from Anita Loos and Helen Hayes, that we started before the storm hit? We have not forgotten it. To jog your memory banks, we set out our intent here and then went to re-visit the famous writer and her glam … Continue reading Twice over lightly part 2: Joseph Papp and the Public Theatre