Nancy Roman

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Be Prepared

You know how your mother always told you to wear clean underwear – because you could be hit by a bus? As I am now face-to-face with old age (and thank you everyone for the amazing response to my last post!), I can certainly see the wisdom behind good underwear. There are, of course, different …

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That Explains A Lot

Everyone has those moments – when you hear or see something   – that suddenly gives you insight into your own nature. I’ve heard it called an “aha moment” – and that expression really fits.  “Aha! That’s why I’m me.” For instance, when I was a kid, I went through a short phase where I …

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I earned an honorable mention in a local art contest when I was twelve.  And it infuriated me. I was in seventh grade, and one day in art class, I drew a picture of a Spanish senorita.  It wasn’t original; I copied from a picture I saw in a magazine.  It looked something like this: …

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Dirty Dancing

This is not about the movie, but I might as well go ahead and and gripe about it anyway. Here’s something  I’ve always wondered about Dirty Dancing.  Daddy hates Johnny for sleeping with Baby.  Then Johnny dances with Baby, and Daddy finds out that Creepy (sorry, can’t remember his name, and not worth googling) was …

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Not Quite Old Makeup #3

The biggest event most of us attend in any year is the Wedding.  Some years, a few other events are thrown in, like New Year’s Eve dances or class reunions.  (Twice I went to the ESPY Awards, but I wouldn’t recommend big award ceremonies…sure it’s fun to take a limo to theatre, and see the …

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