Monthly Archives: March 2009

Grammy’s Big Night

Last night I got to show off for my daughter and granddaughters before a hometown crowd. Jennifer, Lily, and Anna watched as fifty-some people sat or stood in San Jose’s Pruneyard Barnes & Noble, listening to me describe how my … finish reading Grammy’s Big Night

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Homecoming

It felt great to be back in my hometown last week. Fond du Lac, “Foot of the Lake”(Winnebago),Wisconsin, population 42,000. I drove up from Chicago, admiring as always the pristine red barns and white farm houses set high on hills … finish reading Homecoming

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The Party at Pudding Stone

What a great NYC party my brother and sister-in-law threw for me at an Upper West Side wine bar called Pudding Stone. The mood, the place, the magnanimity of the guests—everything was at perfect pitch. I minded my manners and … finish reading The Party at Pudding Stone

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Jackie’s List

Jackie Tear, along with her parents, braved a beginning snowstorm to come to the book signing at Tatnuck’s in Westborough, MA, last week. Marsh had been a family friend and Jackie’s Sunday school teacher when she was a kid. Later … finish reading Jackie’s List

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