A. Psychotherapist; teacher; coordinator for dual diagonsis program; tie-dye shirt maker & seller; dishwasher; waitress; clerk at conveniece store; seller of thorny roses in nightclubs (not a euphemism)
A. Writer. :) And I got incredible satisfaction in my work as a therapist, doing indiduval and group therapy work.
A. Oh, there's far too many to choose from. I am a fan of artists from Bach and Pachebel to Elvis and John Denver to Rage Against the Machine and The Foo Fighters.
A. A work of love under construction
A. Uh-oh. I better get a motto.
A. That is too difficult to answer! A lot depends on mood, doesn't it? When I'm the mood for heartwarming stories, my fav 5 are completely different than when I want a thriller. Hmm, let's see...at this moment, the ones I'm thinking of are: The Lord of the Rings Little House on the Prairie (yep, all of them) Howard's End Jurassic Park (the first 3/4) Every story by Walter Farley Leaving the list with a deep fear I'm missing some important favs....
A. If I like it, I re-read it. Multiple times. Most recently, I've re-read Julie Anne Long's The Perils of Pleasure.
A. Persistence is the name of the game. If you don't bother to show up at the corner, you'll never be able to get on your bus when it comes rolling by.
A. "Love your strong heroines," "to die for hero," "hot, hot hot." :)