Buddy Cushman Art

engaging stories of hope and joy

A Plague On All Our Houses

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Saw this old post, I can barely believe two years have passed, and it struck me as something I wouldn’t mind saying again today. So, here it is.

Buddy Cushman Art

For the most part, I believe, I have refrained from offering up my opinion about current events in this blog space. Yes, I have here and there, hoping that nurses will someday be allowed to run the planet; Emma Watson’s he/she campaign; everything being broken with the political world. But generally I have confined my wanderings to the issues of childhood and all its adventures and self awareness and personal growth and running after and leaping for the goals you choose, those kinds of things. Not so much current as eternal.

So I am d2014-11-25T23-58-31-466Z--1280x720.nbcnews-fp-520-320is-inclined to write something as combustible and potentially inflaming and on its best day as heated as the issue of racial relations and racial status and the ins and outs and day to day comings and goings of the different races in this country of ours. But I find myself here, at my keyboard, tilting…

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Author: buddycushmanart

This is my Blog, my opportunity to say what I think and write what I feel. The content has morphed in the two years of existence -- I began with personal tales of sillyness and drunkeness and soberness and times, places, and events within. Then I wrote a whole a lot of opinions about the world and its often sad shape, and how I thought we could make it better (re: engaging stories of hope). More recently I've taken to writing about this and that, including links to movies, Ted Talks, rock and roll, other writers' web pages, and more. These past seven years I have taken up the life of a painter, and my work can be seen on my web page ( www.buddycushmanfineart.com ) and my Etsy shop (www.etsy.com/shop/musicflower67). But I've been writing since I was just a young thing living on the Massachusetts coast, and storytelling is my home. I have a number of fiction works in varying degrees of completion, and have published two books of fiction in the last year, under the name W.B. Cushman. But it's here I get to share my whatevers of sorrow and hope, and hopefully, wonder and magic. Thanks for stopping in.

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