Then there's Adventures, Ink
haha. i couldn't find iphigenia in brooklyn in itunes. however, the cd is for sale on amazon. but but but... i found it on youtube. "for use in case of cultural discomfort" it said.
What a wonderful adventure. Oh thanks for linking to me I will return the compliment
sera - It was a moment of epiphany when I found that name on your post. PDQ Bach was a family favorite simply because he had so much fun discomfitting the comfortable. He's also an excellent composer.jams - I'm glad to have met you. We must do so again.
Just catching up on your blog posts. I have a similar chart as yours - rising sign Scorpio with three other houses in that sign, and my husband and youngest daughter is Taurus. Sometimes I think we talk different languages.Love the Etsy - will head over to take a look and also read the new story.Glad to catch up!
nancy - Glad to see you back. It's true what you say and amazing that any of us can understand one another at all. I guess that's why where we live is called 'consensus reality'.
I could have swore I left a comment here yesterday. I'm losing it...Just wanted to say that I absolutely loved this story and I really wish I had the courage to just pack a suitcase and just go...no planning, just go. Your characters really come to life in your stories, just as the images come to life in your paintings. Very cool, Susan, very cool. :-)
nunly - Not to worry - you haven't lost it yet. You posted your comment on the Adventure's Ink page and very glad I was to read it. Even gladder today you came back to say so again :-)