Eva T. Made Vaudeville

Eva T. Made Vaudeville
New York, New York, USA
April 25
Reverend Mother (yes, for real!)
Interfaith Minister/Progressive Episcopal priest.Actress, poet, essayist; fitness freak/geek. Part time acting and dance teacher. Writer for various LGBTQ publications (from my bisexual perspective.) Bronze level competitive ballroom dancer.Extreme Cat Person.Native New Yorker who is madly in love with my city. Currently living in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn and missing Manhattan a lot. Married to my Beloved, the fair Lady Lucia, who works, with me, for the God Squad and for our feline employers, Alice and Gracie.Daughter of some-time OS blogger, Rosy Cheeks.

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SEPTEMBER 21, 2010 7:29PM

Eva T's 12 Random Facts (Open Call Response)

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1. I have always loved spinach, even when I was a really little kid.

2. I have zero understanding of baseball, football and hockey. Never watched a game and, if I did, would have no idea which team was winning or why.

3. I'm 48 and have never learned to drive.

4. I have never owned anything that cost more than $200.

5. I still like to read children's books.

6. My father taught me how to sing "Twinkle, twinkle little star" in Latin when I was a child. I think I sort of still remember it.

7. I had my first drink in a bar when I was 15. In those days, in Greenwich Village, nobody got carded.

8. I stopped smoking marijuana when I was 28. I'd never enjoyed it, and I finally decided I was too old for peer pressure.

9. I can't walk by a jewelry store without looking in the window. I love shiny stuff!

10. I have a lot of dreams about my cat, Lulu, who died in June (at age 19). I think she might be checking up on me because she knows I miss her so much...

11. I have always wanted to learn some martial art and develop my "Inner Xena" but never had the time or money to do it right.

12. I sometimes eat (lactose free) ice cream for breakfast.  I'm a grownup. I'm allowed!


Blessings and well-wishes,


Eva T.


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I like jewelry stores, too! R
#5 and #9
a good story, like a beautifully worked gem, is always a pleasure, even if all we are allowed is just to look
I forgot to add on my an earring addiction so yes to shiny stuff! I didn't care to learn to drive but now that I do you can't keep me out of it. I Loved your list it just seems like you in a good way :)
ooooh, shiny! and if you life in NYC you're lucky that you don't have to drive - I'd skip it altogether if I could. Absoluto on dessert for b'fast - I slurp on frozen pinacolada-sicles, mmmmm.
Oh come on! Nobody REALLY loves spinach!
Great list!! This has turned out to be a really great OpenCall. Thanks for adding to the mix, mainly because:
#10 tears well up (I used to get a sense of my own dear kitty as being near me in some way after her passing)
#11 Totally
#12 I like mine with smoked almonds on it a long with a dash of cinnamon :)

After school, I used to open up a can of spinach and a can of black olives, plant myself in front of the tv and enjoy all 3. I don't think my kids have ever had canned spinach but we all like fresh, with o&v. #5 :), me too.
Amy, I am with Eva. I love spinach!
libmomrn: Glad to meet another bling enthusiast.
vanessa: Indeed. 'Though some children's books aren't only for looks.
LunchLady2: I'm glad you think it "seems like me in a good way." I also "posted and ran" but did try to keep it real.
LunchLady2: I'm glad you think it "seems like me in a good way." I also "posted and ran" but did try to keep it real.
Gabby Abby: I'll have to try pina colada-sicles. Sounds good!
Safe-Bet's Amy: Do too! Bring on the spinach!
kateasly: Yes, kid books can make me cry, too.
Poor Woman: We'll have to have a spinach party with cats invited.
Heidibeth: I really like black olives, too, but haven't tried them with spinach. That's next.
Catherine: That's it; we're having an OS Spinach Festival.
#4 You can't put a price tag on the most important things in life.
I remember eating cold spinach right out of the can. don't know if I could do it today, though. Great list.
littlewillie: too true. None of my cats cost a cent (aside from the price of innoculations).
I think I may have passed the love of sparkly stuff gene on to you. r
I love spinach as an adult but hated it as a kid. I once asked my mother to get me some because I liked Popeye cartoons ... and I regretted the request when she followed through.
Various Artists: Popeye tried! I wonder how many other kids asked for spinach because of him.