I Have a Friend

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So this friend was part of the mafia

She was because she was married to Louie Milito.  If the husband is a made man, so if the whole family. She didn’t know this until it was too late and the life became terrifying.

What happened to Louie?

Well that is a good question.  He disappeared on March 8, 1988 and hasn’t been heard from since. It breaks Lynda’s heart to have been told lies, but that is part of the life. Where is he?

Sammy “the bull” Gravano must know

Of all the murders Sammy committed, wasn’t Louie one of them?  He says no! You must read Lynda’s book to find out about the relationship Sammy and Louie had. Friends as kids and mob members…what happened?

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What It Takes to Tell a Tale (or do you have writing in your blood?)

Try as I might, I win a few readers and I lose a few. Do I have what it takes to do creative pieces or is just straight reporting my forte. It no longer matters to me, I just want you to read my ramblings, my deep emotional pieces and most of all my sermons.

Once upon a time I wrote an article for a spiritual magazine and they responded that I was being sermonic. Of all the nerve. Weren’t they a spiritual publication and hadn’t I heard plenty of sermons from those people?

I am quite good at writing fashion descriptions and I did that for about 4 years…after reading what I wrote about a wedding dress you would want to leave the convent and find a groom…and that work did move toward other blog writings and many disappointments.

Lately my blogs have flopped and dropped in popularity .All the rage today is about politics and tech.  Smothering in my own political opinions, I wouldn’t dare share them with anyone. It’s a dangerous move and you already don’t like my stuff! As far as technology, I have had this computer since last Mother’s Day and I still don’t understand all  the features or how to use them to benefit me. So much for a blog about the Intel Atom processor, right?

It would be nice to write fiction like Richard Castle does or write about being a Mafia Wife like Lynda Milito does, but I don’t have what it takes to tell a tale.  My pop could tell a tale, and I should have written some of them down. But nonetheless, writing is either in your blood or it’s not.