Jo Mayne Casey

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images of the week-end

In week-end wrap-up on September 28, 2014 at 8:13 pm

Because I’m too tired to write…

The Rummage Sale….

Sub-organist-ing…

UE musical:  “The Wild Party”…

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Celebrating Mrs. Oglesby’s 88th birthday…  

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My dear friend Luann is in town to visit with her mom—and pick up several boxes of her stuff from my attic—so I have to get some rest.   It’s just started to rain and my eyelids are getting heavy.  Hope your week-end was great, too!

Public Service Announcement…

In Uncategorized on March 3, 2013 at 5:16 pm

I am proud to announce an addition to my family of blogs: Rave On Madwoman. The site was born quite a while back, but I wasn’t sure what I wanted to say…couldn’t find Her Voice, you might say. I did some Live Blogging there on Election Night, 2012, so you may have visited at that time. It has been completely revamped and is ready to be the movie, book, music review arm of my blogging. I’m also planning to publish some interviews there. Sonnystone Acres will return to being a journal of my home and family life. Growing Every Season, my gardening blog, will continue to keep you caught up with my growing habits…

I’ll be connecting Rave On to Facebook, so my FB friends can decide whether to click the link or not. To my fellow bloggers who have followed me because of my scintillating movie reviews…please follow me over to http://www.raveonmadwoman.wordpress.com/.

Thanks so much!!

At the matinee…

In Uncategorized on February 17, 2013 at 8:22 pm

It was a day for the cousins at UE’s production of “The Heidi Chronicles”.  Casey snapped a pic of us as we were leaving…

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The Heidi Chronicles, by Wendy Wasserman, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1989.  It pretty much swept the Tonys that year, as well.  The scenes of the women coming together for a Feminist Agenda in their Sister-Empowering Groups seems out of date today.  Though I remember that fervor we had to avoid becoming dependent on men, it doesn’t seem at all bright or relevant anymore.     It was sad, though, to watch Heidi’s feeling of betrayal when all of her Sisters married…  Lana didn’t like that she gave in and adopted a baby, though I feel that’s really what most of our generation did…    It ran a little long, could have moved a little quicker…

As usual, we had a great time, especially Ronna…

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