Last time I went into Manhattan, I shared with you this shot of the tree in Rockefeller Center. Some of you liked the image, but a few of you asked for a proper photo. We were in the city yesterday, and this time, we brought back photos. Rockefeller Center was hopping, but that's not what… Continue reading Take another little piece of my heart now, baby
An Earless Pig Production, Christmas 2013
From Earless Pig Productions, Christmas, 2011 "You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
Some of you are familiar with the Christmas tradition that is the Earless Pig. After all, last year, I told you all about the Earless Pig. But some of you are still unfamiliar with the Earless Pig. Perhaps a day will come when it's not necessary for me to tell you the story, when the… Continue reading The Earless Pig – a Christmas Tradition
Yesterday I posted Timothy's Mother which is part one of State Home for the Holidays. (If you haven't read part one, you will find it here). Today, as promised I am posting the second and final part of the story, Christmas Connect the Dots. Christmas Connect the Dots Christina walked from room-to-room in the empty… Continue reading State Home for the Holidays, Part Two
State Home for the Holidays is a bittersweet Christmas tale, the story of a mother's enduring love for her child, in the face of insurmountable challenges. I've posted it before, but in the spirit of Christmas reruns, I'm posting it again this year. The story is written in two parts. Today's post is part one of… Continue reading State Home for the Holidays, Part One
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