Author: Nancy L. Conyers

The Writer’s Duty – First Column

Welcome to my column. This is new for me, writing a bimonthly column, and I’m grateful to the good folks at Hupdaditty for giving me a forum. I’m not sure what shape it will take yet, but I am sure I will be speaking from the heart, defying the powerful, and using my voice to expose injustice.

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The Long Game

I’ve never understood when people say baseball is boring, when they say the games take too long and the season is too long. In life, like baseball, we go through periods of excitement, periods of fallowness, times when we’re winning, times when we’re losing, times when our strategies and decisions are paying off and times when we have to regroup and set another course, just like a baseball season.

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Relationship is an Art

Back in the mid-80’s when I was in my mid-30’s living in New York City with two failed relationships under my belt, it had gotten to the point where I didn’t think I’d ever be with anyone. I thought I was ok with that. I enjoyed being just me, doing what I wanted to do when I wanted to do it.

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Marriage: No More, No Less

Lisa woke up at 4:00am on April 28, 2015, excited that this day, the day the U.S. Supreme Court would hear oral arguments on same-sex marriage, had finally arrived. As she made coffee in her kitchen in Santa Fe and stared at Orion twinkling in the pitch-black sky—she thought about the wedding she and her spouse, Sheila, had in New York City in August 2013.

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