These are my favorite photos of the last year, with links to their blog posts (if any)—Sallie Little brother made up for Christmas play, my next book…: This Writer’s Life The Pond, Santa Fe, NM: Over the Hills and a Great Way Off The Little House on the Prairie: The Little House on the Prairie
Blog Posts about Travel
As this memorable year comes to an end, I’ve chosen my sixteen most popular posts of the year, based on visits, comments, Tweets and Facebook likes. It give me a great sense of satisfaction to know that I’ve been able to cover a lot of ground with these posts and in a satisfactory way. I
Women do not see their crucial concerns acted on the stage, we do not read theatre reviews written by women critics, and… women do not buy the majority of tickets to the plays we write.
My visual recordings of New York City are written in words, not images, as part of my new venture which is called, “You Travel, You Write.”
Since I first moved to Santa Fe twenty-five years ago, I’ve longed to gain an authentic and appropriate understanding of the people among whom we live and who were here long before us, and will remain.
Like Ernest Hemingway’s mother, gifted women are all around us in Nantucket.
I find waves of sentiment washing across my mood; this experience, with this boat and this crew, won’t be repeated. And it is precious.
All our plans changed, again, when a very stiff wind made it impractical to motor to Nantucket.
Five or six hours of rolling on the Arabella laid several passengers low, knocked out by nausea and Dramamine on the boat’s benches, covered with blankets, solicitous husbands bringing wet washrags to put across their foreheads.
Young and curly-headed, Captain Mike seems to have some of the fishy nature (so-called) of the captains who manned the whaling ships out of Nantucket in the last century.