Monthly Archives: May 2007
First off, I don’t consider myself a movie critic — I’ve had no training in the subject. However, I’ve been watching movies for a very long time (don’t ask how long) and it is one of the things I list … Continue reading
The title should have warned you, but just in case it did not, this is not a sweetness-and-light entry about Mother’s Day. I must also say that it does not necessarily reflect my experience of childhood or the day. Yet … Continue reading
Back in April 2005 a group of about 30 people met at Humboldt State University for the interviews and weeding process for faculty to choose who would attend the Masters in Counseling program the following Fall. We had all submitted … Continue reading
Davis House, on the Humboldt State University campus in Arcata, CA, is a mental health clinic open to the public. It is used as a teaching facility for the Masters in Counseling students at HSU, so is staffed by counseling … Continue reading
I am a returning student. That means I remember when all we had was black-and-white TV, and can hum the theme to “The Alfred Hitchcock Show.” Studies have shown returning students are often more successful in college/university, possibly because they … Continue reading
I’ve always valued my alone time, and I tend to be a night person. For those who are familiar with tarot, there is another dimension to my choice of name for this blog. By combining numerology and tarot, it is … Continue reading
This is almost as daunting as my first hardbound journal. Doesn’t feel quite as good as a fountain pen. For now . . . it’s a beginning.