Taddy and Her Husbands

No one here knew or cared about her past. Taddy Breckinridge, San Franciscan. When they first started to work together, Taddy and Phyllis had ignored each other as if they were two duchesses from rival kingdoms who had never been ...

Taddy and Her Husbands

. past and future! Through three marriages, Taddy Breckinridge finds that no matter how she might change herself to adjust to a husband, there is no happily ever after. In the wealthy and cosmopolitan world of San Francisco and Marin County, while she is selling off her late husband's artwork in order to eat, Taddy ponders her life and makes a decision to alter it. "Readers who enter her world will find Taddy lingering in their minds and hearts." Mickey Ellinger, National Writers Union. "By marrying well and not so well, a young woman comes of age . eventually." Marianne Rogoff, author of Sylvie's Life. "It's great to have a new book by Mary Lou Peters Schram," Sue Dunlap, author of A Single Eye.

Pursuing Happiness

Previous Novels by Mary Lou Peters Schram “Stranger in the Dark” - Berkeley Books (now out of print) “KLIK” - iUniverse, 2004 “Taddy and Her Husbands” - iUniverse, 2007 For lovely Ingrid who was with us too short a Previous Novels by ...

Pursuing Happiness

Although the pursuit of happiness is one of our inalienable rights, nowhere is it guaranteed that we will catch it. Mary Lou Peters Schram's witty novel chronicles the lives of four women, all of a "certain age," all residents of Shady Acres, an adult community in California's wine country, as each pursues her own particular vision of happiness.

Frank Lloyd Wright s Forgotten House

5 Dorothy remembered that Teddy “hated the house,” a view that she had inherited from her mother. ... Much later in their lives, Dorothy and Teddy and their husbands took a driving trip to the East Coast, passing through Pennsylvania on ...

Frank Lloyd Wright s Forgotten House

Frank Lloyd Wright's foray into affordable housing--the American System-Built Homes--is frequently overlooked. When Nicholas and Angela Hayes became stewards of one of them, they began to unearth evidence that revealed a one-hundred-year-old fiasco fueled by competing ambitions and conflicting visions that eventually gave way to Wright's most creative period.

Visiting Edna and Good for Otto

But ACTOR TWO then she started runnin' Teddy down. That was the last straw. EDNA You better believe it. ACTOR TWO They never got along, Teddy and her. Not from the first second. He didn't kowtow to her, the way her husbands did.

Visiting Edna and Good for Otto

Two plays exploring the struggle of mental illness by the Tony Award–winning “giant of American theater” and author of Hurlyburly (Chicago Tribune). Good for Otto, which premiered in October 2015 at the Gift Theatre in Chicago, is a “sprawling drama of mental illness” in which “Mr. Rabe digs into his subject with a depth that almost feels bottomless.” Drawing on material from Undoing Depression by psychotherapist Richard O’Connor, it explores the lives of a therapist and his many patients, all trying to navigate personal trauma (Charles Isherwood, The New York Times). Visiting Edna, which premiered in September 2016 at the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, is a drama of “deeply searing power” about the bond between mother and son. As Edna faces a short future plagued by her many illnesses—and a cancer that looms so large it becomes another character—she and her adult son struggle to communicate about their shared past as they contemplate the future (Variety). Taken together, the plays offer a satisfying glimpse into “Rabe’s theatrical universe . . . at once vivid and mysterious, a pageant and a puzzle” of contemporary American life (John Lahr, The New Yorker). “Many would list [Rabe] among the very greatest of living playwrights.” —Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

Honoring the Civil War Dead

Mary had requested his presence , saying , “ Oh ! that my little Taddy might see his father before he died ! ... felt for their lost husbands and sons : “ I often think it would have been some solace to me and perhaps have lessened the ...

Honoring the Civil War Dead

The Milly, Molly series of books are written for children between the ages of four and eight. The stories relate the adventures of two little girls from different ethnic backgrounds and promote the acceptance of diversity and the learning of life skills.

Nineteenth Century and After

Meanwhile Mrs. Taddy and Mrs. Trey continue to fetch water from the same dubious well . ... Their husbands stand apart from these dissensions -such things are women's work . But in such a community as Love Green any social relationship ...

Nineteenth Century and After


Nineteenth Century

Meanwhile Mrs. Taddy and Mrs. Trey continue to fetch water from the same dubious well . ... Their husbands stand apart from these dissensions -such things are women's work . But in such a community as Love Green any social relationship ...

Nineteenth Century


The Nineteenth Century and After

Meanwhile Mrs. Taddy and Mrs. Trey continue to fetch water from the same dubious well . ... Their husbands stand apart from these dissensions -such things are women's work . But in such a community as Love Green any social relationship ...

The Nineteenth Century and After


The English Reports House of Lords 1677 1865

and his issue is , that they never will , but by exchange , or by such sale as may consolidate and improve their ... Esq . , Mr Serjeant Taddy , and John Hensleigh Allen , Esq . , their heirs and assigns , in trust to preserve the same ...

The English Reports  House of Lords  1677 1865


Transition

18 And the occasion is also a ' homy commulion ' in that it was a gathering of husbands with their wives ... to be replaced by her daughter Izzy in the affections of her husband Finn , she says ' Carry me along , taddy , like you done ...

Transition


The Lady s Monthly Museum

Mr . Taddy was heard in support of the Rule , and Mr. F. Pollock against it ; and the Court held , that it was impossible to make Mrs. Glover a femme sole by the custom of the Theatre ; and as her husband had a right to her earnings ...

The Lady s Monthly Museum


The Law Journal

... tried before Mr. Serjeant proceeded ] -We all think that 791. was Taddy , at the Summer Assizes for that too large a sum ... 296 . their respective husbands , exchanged a part of the devised premises with one William Owen , for the ...

The Law Journal


The Law Journal Reports

The Court took time to consider ; and , on the following day , their opinion was delivered by wicke says ... tried before Mr. Serjeant proceeded ] -We all think that 791. was Taddy , at the Summer Assizes for that too large a sum to be ...

The Law Journal Reports


The Law Journal for the Year 1832 1949

-Held , that this proviso the following day , their opinion was deliver- did not enlarge the estate tail into an estate ed ... tried before Mr. Serjeant proceeded ] —We all think that 791. was Taddy , at the Summer Assizes for that too ...

The Law Journal for the Year 1832 1949


The American People Volume 2

Maude Vehemoth Vertle has said pretty much the same things to me that Purpura Ruester and Taddy Trish had. ... Well, nine out of ten of The American People approve of what their husbands are doing, and it's their wives who realize this ...

The American People  Volume 2

In The American People: Volume 2: The Brutality of Fact, Larry Kramer completes his radical reimagining of his country’s history. Ranging from the brothels of 1950s Washington, D.C., to the activism of the 1980s and beyond, Kramer offers an elaborate phantasmagoria of bigoted conspiracists in the halls of power and ordinary individuals suffering their consequences. With wit and bite, Kramer explores (among other things) the sex lives of every recent president; the complicated behavior of America’s two greatest spies, J. Edgar Hoover and James Jesus Angleton; the rise of Sexopolis, the country’s favorite magazine; and the genocidal activities of every branch of our health-care and drug-delivery systems. The American People: Volume 2 is narrated by (among others) the writer Fred Lemish and his two friends—Dr. Daniel Jerusalem, who works for America’s preeminent health-care institution, and his twin brother, David Jerusalem, a survivor of a Nazi concentration camp who was abused by many powerful men. Together they track a terrible plague that intensifies as the government ignores it and depict the bold and imaginative activists who set out to shock the nation’s conscience. In Kramer’s telling, the United States is dedicated to the proposition that very few men are created equal, and those who love other men may be destined for death. Here is a historical novel like no other—satiric and impassioned and driven by an uncompromising moral and literary vision.

Frank Leslie s Pleasant Hours

I have a pretty piece of matter what their husbands may do . So he light - blue gingham that ... I would relieve her by saying , " Oh , you can • But Pidge , what a name ! ... Taddy will laugh to see his among theni , Miss Samantha !

Frank Leslie s Pleasant Hours


Texas Monthly

The quiet old men sucking their beer bottles and seeking nothing more than the shade. ... of the presidency — than a splendid misery; it can almost make you glad that the Taddy Jos and the Linda Lous once took pains to break your heart.

Texas Monthly

Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.

Meet Me Under the Old Naseberry Tree

While the husbands and fathers occupied their time with farming and buildings the wives had their work cut out for them as well. ... Mass Alfie Moses was the first of the group to pass away followed by Mass Frank then Mass Taddy.

Meet Me Under the Old Naseberry Tree

The first family created by God produced many generations and will continue until the end of time. While we journeyed through this world we realized disagreements exist but regardless of the source there's a solution-forgiveness. Jesus set the first example on the Cross of Calvary: 'Forgive them Lord, for they know not what they have done' that's what we need to do; forgive each other when pain and suffering is involved in times of disagreements. Jesus knew what would happen to the first family He created from His own image and we are no exception, He emphasized the word 'peace' He gave it to us and left it with us; so let there be peace amongst families and our fellow human being. Plant the family seed of love for the next generation and maintain the peace of God. Hortense M. Jenkins {Lawrence} a native of Jamaica West Indies comes from a large family, which she embraced and continued to do. The love and close ties that she maintained for her families and friends alike earned her much love and respect. Her love of 'getting the families together' are sometimes carried beyond her generosity or mistaken for 'Father Christmas' or 'gimmi, gimmi'. Young and old enjoys her company as well as her constant outstretched hands and any possible way that she can help out when a situation present itself. We are very blessed to have someone like her to call sister, aunt, and cousin. While we look forward to her visits under the Old Naseberry Tree, we also hope and pray for her continued success on the path she has chosen. She and her husband Mark live in Queens New York. The editor Other book by Mrs. Jenkins: Spirits of the Living God