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The Dropper is a haunting soliloquy to the harsh and sometimes brutal world our forebears left behind in pursuit of a dream called America. It is also an ode to the often heartrending decisions they were forced to make in leaving some family members—and some part of themselves—behind. And finally, as young Shoe Horn, the novel’s protagonist, grapples blindly with sex until arriving at the maturity to recognize love, it’s also a tender coming-of-age story.
 
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Hello everyone,

Well our time down south came to an end but not before we went back to Breaux Bridge for a Zydeco Brunch! And while we were there we took a trip to Avery Island for a visit to where Tabasco was invented with Terry Layman and Gavin Cameron Webb. Kate was truly splendid in her play, All My Sons. I saw it 3 times and it was a truly moving experience for the audience--a stellar production! We had a great time hanging out with the cast and director too.

In our last week we went on a swamp tour which was so absolutely great! We saw gators, snakes and turtles in addition to a herd of wild boar and swamp shacks of varying degrees. Our drive home was slow--we stopped in Montgomery, AL and saw the Civil Rights Memorial which was very simple and powerful. Then to Charlotte, NC and Winston-Salem NC to visit our friends, Kathy and Bill.

Kate spoke to the graduating class of the North Carolina School of the Arts and we saw their production of Angels In America Part 1 (which was really terrific). Then we stopped to visit Kate's cousins, Phil & Janet, who we are very fond of and we all had dinner with our friends, Barbara and John Chapman. Finally a stop in DC to dine with David Sabin and his gal, Diane Platt---a good time was had by all despite the snow storm! We arrived home and lovely to be home!

Wishing for Spring

Ron

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Me at Zydeco Brunch

Zydeco Bruch in Breaux Bridge

Avery Island

Winston Salem with Kathy, Bill and Fritz

My darling bride, Kate in All My Sons

Montgomery Alabama

Civil Rights Memorial

Civil Rights Memorial

MLK’s Church

Marko from Finland, Mark from 87th St. and ME

West Village, NYC





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