Blitz September 1988 Ph. Guido Pretzl
“What hurts so bad about youth isn’t the actual butt whippings the world delivers. It’s the stupid hopes playacting like certainties.”
― Mary Karr, Lit: A Memoir
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“She was of the stuff of which great men’s mothers are made. She was indispensable to high generation, hated at tea parties, feared in shops, and loved at crises.”
—Thomas Hardy, Far from the Madding Crowd
This is how I want to be remembered
Diego Rivera, Making a Fresco, 1931. Showing the Building of a City, one of four murals in the Bay Area of San Francisco by the Mexican artist. Read more: sfai.edu
Happy birthday to the beautiful and fierce Linda Ronstadt.
Heart Like a Wheel
I did cry after reading [that] article about me in Politico. I don’t regret admitting I did. The reason I wanted to do this interview is that I think it is important to try to speak very candidly to young women. The most important advice I would still give — and it may seem crazy because I did lose this job I really loved — you have to be an authentic person. I did cry. That is my authentic first reaction. I don’t regret sharing that.
Camp Chi (Chicago Hebrew Institute), Loon Lake Il, 1922, Chicago.
Camp Chi is now held each summer at Lake Blass in Wisconsin. My better half spent years 8 to 15 going to this historic camp.
Was a camper and counselor her in the 60’s