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January 26, 2015

Big Hips.  Open Eyes.

I’ve known Tracy Rothchild Lynch just shy of twenty years.

She’s the same age as my sons–and comes out of the matrix of their friends AND out of the network of my friends Terry and Cathy O’Grady and their daughters.

Tracy has always been a thoughtful and talented writer.  Always.

There’s something about the life of a person who must…write.  It’s a chronic condition that just, somehow, never goes away.  The impulse to write, to think and write, just keeps emerging.

With a person like Tracy, whatever emerges is worth every minute spent reading the work.  I always learn something of value from this person who has a deep grounding, a deep perception of life itself, and a lovely sense of humor that seasons the work.

Tracy is trying to write something every day for this year.  Something that involves relationships in some way–those moments that occur every single day in, often, myriad forms–if only yours eyes are open to see them.

Treat yourself to the current entry, but go back, too, and read all of them before the numbers multiply.  Then sign up to “follow” this blog, which is already acquiring some impressive numbers.

GO TRACY!

Big Hips. Open Eyes..

Written by louisaenright

January 26, 2015 at 2:00 pm

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  1. this is a writer whose words seem to speak to me,too, and suggest a sweet nature, and a quick, insightful mind that our world sometimes seems short on. thank you for the connection!!

    judith brill

    January 26, 2015 at 4:43 pm


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