June 2006

I’ve already come out (ha ha) with my position on same-sex unions (pro), the unfairness of current marriage laws against unmarried domestic partners in general (very), and gay domestic partners in particular (off the charts). While it is mildly irksome to me that marriage, with its religious roots and baggage, is the only option for […]

Posted in: The Political Ones

Sometimes I think nobody reads communicatrix – dot – com except old boyfriends and people interested in the “trix” part. They click here from Google and Yahoo! and comments I leave on D-Listed (my dirty little secret) expecting the hotness and probably the shortness. Instead they find insanely long diatribes about poop and happiness and […]

Posted in: The Silly Ones

Sometimes the path to self-clarity involves a lot of sketching. This time, it involved a lot of Photoshop filters. Not much time left to the marathon. Then again, there’s not that much time left to my marathon, if you catch my drift. So here I am on the high board, jumping. Watch me, Mom! Mom, […]

Posted in: The Quotidian Ones

Peggy Hill: (exasperated but patient) Luanne, have you ever wondered why I spend every Friday night with you? Luanne: (tentative) Because I challenge you with my intellectual? xxx c More King of the Hill goodness at this GeoCities King of the Hill Information Site Image “The Guys as King of the Hill” via MZ Web […]

Posted in: The Quotidian Ones,The Silly Ones

Jun 26, 2006 3

Me! On DVD!

If I’d had it together, I’d have had Shane do a screen capture of yours truly on stage to accompany this post. Whatever. I don’t have it that together and it’s too hot to pester anyone for anything non-essential. Besides, it’s an excuse to use my beaut-a-mous artwork again. DVD of the first iteration of […]

Posted in: The Quotidian Ones

I know, I know, we live in a city. A big one. A humungous one, even, that affords many excellent niceties only a larger metropolis can offer. Still. Still… This week’s heat finally forced me to attack my most-loathed chore as a (rental) householder: the replacement of several slats of my jalousie windows with gigantic, […]

Posted in: The Political Ones

Marriage doesn’t always last, but the photographs are forever. At least, they are when your wedding photographer goes on to become Wedding Photographer to the Stars. From an e-mail I received yesterday: Hi Colleen, Hope this finds you well! As you can see from the subject line I was a subject in an interview on […]

Posted in: The Quotidian Ones

I love Disneyland. I have been there many times, as an adult, as a kid… But I have never been to Disneyland as an adult with a kid. Er…accompanying a kid. Kids, actually. Plural. Not mine, of course, The BF’s. They are magnificent children, bright and nerdy and full of the old whoop-dee-doo. How much […]

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Via email from Neil Kramer, a.k.a. Citizen of the Month, who brought the world-famous Sophia to last week’s premiere performance of Subject Line Here, an evening of L.A. bloggers reading their stuff out loud: Car ride home (well, actually to Canter’s) Me: “So, what did you think of Communicatrix?” Sophia: “For someone so skinny, there […]

Posted in: The Quotidian Ones

Several years ago, when I was still pursuing acting with an earnest vengeance, I did a great scene in class. Did I say “great scene”? Sorry. What I meant was Super Fabulous Tear-the-Roof-Off-the-Sucker, Tear-the-Roof-Off-the-Motherfucker, p-funk All-Star scene. People who had shunned me suddenly wanted to touch me. People who had been my friends basked in […]

Posted in: The Personal Ones