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- July 24
- The Maiden of Death
- When you wish upon a star
- Linda's column can now be read in The Humm newspaper and online.
My books "Menopausal Woman From the Corn" "Cowansville High Misremembered" and "Naked Yoga, Twinkies and Celebrities" now available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle >>>>>>>Profile Photo by Diana Ani Stokely GRAFIX to go>>>>>>>> Cover also done by Diana Ani Stokely GRAFIX to go.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> "Cowansville High School Misremembered" book is now out as a fundraiser for the school._______________________ ________________***Linda's writing can be read Monday to Friday on Zoomers.ca where links to her stories have been picked up by Time Online, USA Today and Huffington Post from other sites she has blogged on.She is also a contributor on Yahoo.....>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Linda's Photo's can be seen on: http://linda-seccaspina.fineartamerica.com/____________________________________ Follow her on Twitter @@Mcpheeeeee. Linda Seccaspina was born in Cowansville Quebec about the same time the wheel was invented. _____________________________________ She used to own clothing stores in Ottawa and Toronto Ontario Canada from 1974-1996 called Flash Cadilac, Savannah Devilles, Nightmares and Flaming Groovies. _____________________________________ Her brain tries to writes stories about her menopausal life and a host of other things she gets annoyed at. _____________________________________ She has two sons, Schuyleur and one that does not want his name mentioned. She has a grandson called Romeo who is a Boston Terrier and a grandaughter Bella who is a french bulldog. _____________________________________ Linda loves people quite plain and simple and loves to hug.. Yes, she is one of "those".
MY RECENT POSTS
- Martin Richard – Awarded
Words of Inspiration
April 16, 2013 05:21PM
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March 27, 2013 09:42PM
- Flogging the Golden Globes
January 14, 2013 09:33AM
- Cancer Always Calls Collect -
Part 5 - One Way Trip to Mars
January 11, 2013 09:30AM
- Cancer Always Calls Collect -
Part 4 - Am I an Adjective?
January 03, 2013 12:51PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
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re-write this into one of your
do.. It's wonderful
April 30, 2013 03:41PM
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will now allow
April 19, 2013 06:17PM
- “"Why haven't the Boston
Police requested that CNN
indoors and not use
April 19, 2013 03:34PM
- “I agree with connie--
when they bomb check the SF
April 18, 2013 08:11PM
- “I know even though I am
allergic to cats I will love
April 18, 2013 04:44PM
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An elderly blind woman named Etta taps my hand lightly as I sit next to her at the bus stop. She tells me the world has been a dark place most of her life and asks me to tell her what I see.
"The Increase Diversity Bakesale"- University of California
September 27th, 2011
&nb… Read full post »
Linda misses everyone and now blogs here
From a Perfect Tango to a Lone Tap Dancer- 9-11 Thoughts
My good friend Jack Heart commented..
"9/11 as… Read full post »
Linda has sadly left Open Salon- she now blogs here..
Never ever forget how much I love you.
I love the Japanese and all their innovations, but are their virtual music stars too much for the music industry? Their first virtual pop star was… Read full post »
Anyone that knows me personally knows how much I love the Amish. In a heartbreaking moment this week I read that an Indiana Amish man has been arrested for sending 600 text messages along with lewd images to a 12 year old girl.
"You are 16 going… Read full post »
Being a huge fan of the Comedy Central show South Park I am always amused when they blame Canada for everything. Knowing it’s a tongue in cheek parody of us folk to the north, I never take it seriously. Even if they do blame Canada in their minds I know that… Read full post »
Fox News reported Saturday that a Catholic Charity called the St. Patrick Center refused "wing money" from the local Hooters restaurant chain in St. Louis, Mo. The restaurant with the "barely there" clad waitresses was all set to donate 10 percent of all proceeds June 16 to the organization th… Read full post »
I dreamt last night that I was flying through the Grand
Canyons of my mind. I saw the ridges that took me years to
climb and have learned that life is nothing really but black and
I followed the river and remembered the pain it… Read full post »
As I rode down the escalator to the subway system a month ago I heard sounds that were similar to fingernails being dragged down a blackboard. It was so bad my teeth were vibrating and as I got closer I found out that one man was creating this noise all by… Read full post »
In one of my favourite movies, Weekend at Bernie’s Andrew McCarthy and Jonathan Silverman drag their dead boss around the Hamptons so no one would find out he was dead.
Heh, wasn’t Andrew McCarthy also in that 80’s movie called“Mannequin” with Kim Cattrall?
Could an… Read full post »
This is dedicated to family and friends so that they might understand my continued pursuit of happiness. Bigger and better is not always the right choice sometimes. I try to put aside my rightness in most situations now to get a better perspective on things. Some people n… Read full post »
For two months I have been battling sickness and right now I am sick and tired of reading all the crap going on here. I fully admit I was interested in it for awhile but now I'm done. Yes, after I ran up to the bathroom for the 15th time today… Read full post »
The world’s most pierced woman Elaine Davidson acquired one more ring last week. Davidson, who has 7000 piercings on her body, took a conservative non pierced man to be her loving husband. Her new beloved, Douglas Watson reported that Davidson looked astonishing and he said,
"People see the p… Read full post »
Please play while reading.
Tasting you in rain I walk down to the plane,
try not to look down,
could one day be an anniversary,
everything is light and sound.
Facing forwards… Read full post »
When I turned 7 I received my first china tea set and my next door neighbour made me a birthday cake in the shape of a swan. All my friends were there in pretty voile dresses and we skipped our hearts out after we ate. No one ever talked about body… Read full post »
Once upon a time as children we ran around without makeup and were never conscious of what we looked like. Then came the zits along with the purchase of Stridex Medicated Pads and Clearasil. There was no Proactive in those days and I became enamored of the residue dirt on the… Read full post »
I was born in 1951 and sex was a pretty taboo subject in those days. In fact I heard my grandmother tell my very sick mother not to worry if she could only have limited sex. Grammy kept repeating that sex was only for “baby making” anyways. There was no sexual… Read full post »
Last week I went to my favourite book store and one of the
clerks had a
giant size box of Junior Mints. He was downing them like there was no tomorrow. I smiled and asked,
" Bad Day?'
”You could say that," he replied, and proceeded to… Read full post »
The Klondike Bar Challenge is over for another year and once
again I did not win. As I read the amusing answers that some people
entered I thought back to what I did for a Klondike Bar as a
On their site, people have also suggested that they should upgrade the… Read full post »
Friday I was sent subject tags to write a news article for another site. To tell you the truth I found the links boring and was not inspired to write. After I read a brief news story that was not on their list, I decided to blog about it and… Read full post »
I started reading J.P. Major’s blog weeks ago and I have to admit he and I have lots to discuss, but there is no doubt in my mind he has a great informative blog. Astronomy is not really my forte but I always seek out… Read full post »
Sitting on my heating pad attempting to feel better I settle down to watch a marathon of ANTM cycle 15. I was immediately drawn to the 6 ft 2 ultra thin model Ann Ward. She is everything I ever wanted to be and more. As I munch on my gluten… Read full post »
On Monday I spent most of the day passing a kidney stone which is much like birthing 10 babies. Armed with a heating pad I spent hours writing Tuesday’s blog about a small dying town. No one forces you to do it but I feel it is important for me to… Read full post »
Once upon a time Lanark Village, Ontario was the place to go on weekends when you wanted to enjoy a lovely Sunday. Lanark is no different than the small town that you and I grew up in.
The village was first settled in 1820 by… Read full post »