POTLUCK

Of course, I’d love to come to your holiday dinner. What can I bring? Wine? A box of candy? No. You want a vegetable dish. What about green beans in mushroom soup with fried onions on top? Oh, Debbie’s bringing that. She does every year. What about a Kale salad that I can buy at…

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Where do you do it?

Who would like to have a little fun? We invite our friends and readers to take a photo of themselves wherever they are enjoying their copy of “Confession of a Geriatric Prom Queen” and post it to our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/confessionsofageriatricpromqueen Here is a shining example: Margery Pope reading her copy of “Prom Queen” before…

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Dear Friends

April 14, 2015 If you’re worried that you might have missed seeing me on Ellen’s show or that you didn’t stay up late enough to catch me being interviewed by one of those younger Jimmy fellows, stop fretting! When a personal appearance on nation-wide TV is imminent, you’ll be notified. One of my senior girlfriends…

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Afternoon Delight

  December 16, 2014   I’m still spinning two weeks after my Sunday reading to Deborah Finley’s friends in San Diego. The setting on her lovely deck, featured a table set with champagne and wine, elegant crystal flutes and an assortment of the finest cheeses and pastries. Central casting couldn’t have chosen a better audience…

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The Rabbi’s Words

  (Confessions Blog 1)   In observance of Yom Kippur, the day of atonement, forgiveness, and honoring those who have died, I arranged to read a story at Story Salon to commemorate the holiday and maybe get some extra chuckles because it took place in a San Francisco saloon. “I Left My Heart at the…

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