Monthly Archives: November 2013

Tale Tues: Dementia at 3 AM

My mother is up at 3 am trying to decide what to wear. She is going out. Or so she thinks. Or thought. Which now she doesn’t remember. “It’s 3 am, Mrs. Tyler,” her aide informed her – gently, I … Continue reading

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Tale Tues: Bleeding Out and the Frightened Child

My mother is on Coumadin to prevent blood clots. And which, evidently, can thin your blood to the consistency of tap water. I say “tap” because when turned on, the blood will flow. And I say “evidently,” because when she … Continue reading

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The Woven Tale Press Magazine #8 now on E-stand

…And the other big news as The Press magazine now has a new, far more interactive home. Come join our community and sign up for our newsletter! We even have a full editorial staff! Ok, enough pitching, but it’s been … Continue reading

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