Month: August 2012

  • Where I Write: The Pacific Club

    When it comes to the serious part of being a writer, the day and day out churning out new pages, most of what I do is done, here at the desk, with the computer monitor set at eye level and the keyboard on it’s ergonomic tray. But I also made a decision that I should […]

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  • Kona, the Wolf I Run With

    One of the things I am grateful for in my life is our dog Kona. She is an 11 year old German Shepard. When I married the hubster, I married into a family that included a stepson, two cats and Kona. She helps me get my Mondays off to a good start by insisting that […]

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  • Wrangling Drama Kids with Mr. Nak, Hubster’s new Show at TAG

    Friday is here, and it’s time to plan the weekend. After a long, tough rehearsal time, the show my hubster is in, “Parallel Realities” opens tonight. The show is being mounted by TAG – The Actors Group, a community theater here in Honolulu. The show was written by John Wythe White, along with his lovely […]

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