Archive | January, 2014

Ages of Man

23 Jan

Ages of Man

Ages of Man

And the ages of man
trickle down the fragile glass
like tears of a mother
in mourning for the child she never knew.
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Year of Writing Ardently

16 Jan

Collection of Writing Journals

Writing. It is one of those passions that I loved doing when I was younger. I do not know if it was the angst of teenagedom or the disaffected fantasies of a shy boy who was too spoiled for his own good, but I wrote. I wrote a lot. I loved to write. I want to write more now, but sometimes I feel that my passion for writing is stronger than my will to write.

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Let’s Taco ‘Bout It!

8 Jan
A popular dish from La Macro in Houston. Photo borrowed from Facebook

A popular dish from La Macro, a restaurant in Houston, Texas.
Photo taken from Facebook

Taco. What does the word “taco” mean? I break down what a taco is technically. This is not a listing of favorite taquerias or an entry with recipes to make great tacos. This is a little scenic route through the land of language. So, take this overly analytical journey with me if only just to show you how my brain works. Even if it is just discussing one word–a delicious word, I might add–I always tend to overdo the discussion.

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Goals or Resolutions or To Dos for 2014

1 Jan
The guys of Guys and Dolls. Photo credit Siggi Ragnar 2013.

The guys of Guys and Dolls. Photo credit Siggi Ragnar 2013.

On December 22, 2013, we closed Guys and Dolls at The Playhouse. This is the fourth back-to-back show I do in the San Antonio community theaters, after In the Heights, Monty Python’s Spamalot, and The Rocky Horror Show. (My dance partner-in-crime, with whom I have done those four shows, is the incomparable Courtnie Mercer.)

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