A little over one week ago, a fortune cookie told me, “You will inherit a large sum of money from an unusual source.” I posted a picture of it on Instagram stating, “I think this fortune cookie is trying to tell me I’ll be playing poker again soon.” At the end of the day, IContinue reading “A Fortunately Timed Fortune”
Anne Lamott doesn’t specifically say it, but the advice I heard while reading her chapter on set design in Bird by Bird was, “People want to tell you their story. They want to help you. All you have to do is ask.”
A few thoughts about the day I met Jennifer Harman.
One sad and desperately lonely summer night, I stumbled onto a new way to subdue my poker addiction – searching news archives for buried poker treasure. It began as an attempt to uncover information on Vera Richmond – the elusive heiress known as one of the first women to match bankrolls with the founders ofContinue reading “Searching For Buried Treasure”