- WHOOOOOOOOOOOVILLE, Peaceful
- 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
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January 14, 2013 09:33AM
- Cancer Always Calls Collect -
Part 5 - One Way Trip to Mars
January 11, 2013 09:30AM
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Part 4 - Am I an Adjective?
January 03, 2013 12:51PM
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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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Two weeks ago when there was a detour because of a sidewalk being torn apart I encountered this house as I was walking home. I marveled at the cacti landscaping in the front and was very curious to who created it. Every day after that I ventured past the home as… Read full post »
The Louisville Slugger shown in the photograph below is the 180 Paul O’Neill model. It is one hundred percent American made and yes that is the same Yankees player that Kramer had to get to hit two home runs so he could get the Steinbrenner birthday card back for George. But… Read full post »
My name is Katrina Darling and I am the real footloose and fancy free cousin of Kate Middleton. I am the closest thing to porn that the Royal Family will ever meet. As Prince Harry said,
&nbs… Read full post »
Hidden off Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley near the University of California lies the legendary People’s Park. During the day it is a sanctuary for the homeless and anyone who needs a meal is fed by Food not Bombs.
In the 60's Michael Delacour presented a plan for developing… Read full post »
Last April 2 I did an "Erotic Ode to Peeps" and about 33 people read it so I have put it at the bottom for you to enjoy!
Last week on my Craigslist post a fellow OS blogger named Jennifer McBride enlightened me to something I was not aware of. She mentioned a site called Ashley Madison in her comments. Being curious I checked it out and was flabbergasted and intrigued at the same time. Would it not be… Read full post »
A few months ago I did a blog about being a part time hippie in my teen years. I made an occupation of protesting the Viet Nam War with my friends at Place Ville Marie in Montreal. I wore some of the worst outfits in the history of fashion and flowers… Read full post »
Three people were hurt yesterday in Cleveland after a fight broke out at McDonalds’s during their National Day of Hiring.
The pizza mascot below is a University student named Chris. He is hot and very thirsty inside that costume but this is his part time job.… Read full post »
The back cover of one of my favourite movies “Peggy Sue Got Married” asks the ultimate question. If you could live your life all over again would you change anything? What would you say to the people you loved and lost?
Last night in an… Read full post »
Saturday from dawn to dusk was Record Store Day. For anyone who does not live with an audiophile and has no clue what it is, I will give you a brief sentence or two. Record Store Day was dreamed up by one Chris Brown in 2007.
Chris is an employee… Read full post »
I see a lot of odd things when I make my journeys from here to there during the week. Because of the pending full moon things seemed to be a bit more exaggerated this week. Enjoy!
"The Weekly World News is reporting this week that… Read full post »
I have a friend who cannot find a nice man to hang around with. Oh don’t get me wrong, there are tons of men out there that would love to date her on eHarmony.com but they just do not seem to meet her expectations, which are not that high.
This is the fifteenth in a series about the strangers that I meet in my life.
Whether you… Read full post »
San Francisco- Thursday, March 31st.
I stand on the metal stairs that slowly move towards the beckoning blue sky. I can smell the food from the gourmet food truck vendors from Off the Grid. They gather at the Civic Centre every Thursday to become an extravaganza of food or an all out… Read full post »
Once upon a time in 1914 the San Francisco Armory was built with the intention of serving the population of the city. It offered swimming and sporting events such as prizefighting and served as a stronghold for one and all.
The… Read full post »
Last week I wrote how Sweet Valley High and Nancy Drew changed my life and I will put the links on the bottom if you are interested in reading them.
"And now, here's something we hope you'll really like!"
NOTE: VariousArtists will also be writing about Nash the Slash and Iggy Pop today and so we've decided to crosslink.
In 1978 my friends Bernie and Marion brought me to the no… Read full post »
For twenty odd years the "Lemony Snickets of Berkeley", who is actually the owner of a music store and a few other businesses, has kept a vacant lot out of spite. "Sam" actually keeps it empty to thumb his nose at his major competitor Amoeba Records across the street. Not… Read full post »
I know that some of you have some disco memories flowing through your blood somewhere and I promise I won't tell. These are photos that friends, customers and a few of my old staff sent me last week on Facebook.
Please play the video while reading so you can remember… Read full post »
Over a year ago I had to make a life breaking change in my life. It was either blogging on Open Salon or spend 2 hours a day tending to my Facebook farm on Farmville. It broke my heart as my farm was a masterpiece in my eyes.
As someone softly knocked on my door one day last week I looked through the peephole thinking it was a neighbour. Instead there were two women standing there with light blue prairie dresses and matching navy pea coats. Their smiles consisted of what I perceived as drug or cult ind… Read full post »
I started this story last Saturday after I took pictures of homes that are now red and yellow tagg… Read full post »
This is the fourteenth in a series about the strangers that I meet in my life.
The hot news this week was that Natalie Portman did not perform a lot of the dance moves in the film "Black Swan". A catfight has ensued with accusations that some of the dancing done by Portman was actually performed by a dancing double, American Ballet Theatre soloist Sarah Lane.… Read full post »
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