Brownsville, Concord

Project Chic to Paulie is Now On Sale!

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Natasha was a young girl from the Van Dyke projects of Brooklyn, New York, desperately searching for a way to see a bit more of the world.  St. Paul’s School in Concord, New Hampshire gave her a chance to be more than what her circumstances would allow.  Twenty years later she reflects on her four years at the school and how the experience changed how she saw herself.

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From Where I Sit

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The End of Something Is The Same As The Beginning of Something Else

Typically I have a hard time letting go and moving on.  Now that I’m aware of this I make a real effort to let go and move on when I feel the time is right.

The next post on this blog will be for the sale of my book Project Chic to Paulie.  It is the idea that led to the beginning of this blog and it will mark the end of it (at least for a while).

I want to thank everyone who supported me and all of my ambitions to be a successful writer.  I learned a ton about myself and others that I believe will enrich my life for years to come.

And I want to thank all of the people I’ve never met who came to the blog (even if only for a second).  I enjoyed feeling apart of a community beyond my physical reach.

It’s Not Stamped On Your Forehead opens tomorrow so if you don’t have your ticket you can get it today – NatashaCobb.com

Performance Dates – 8/1 7:45pm  8/3 6pm   8/5 7:15pm

Project Chic to Paulie goes on sale September 30th.  It will be available for purchase on this site and NatashaCobb.com

It’s been my pleasure writing and sharing part of my life on this site but it’s time to move on.

One Last Mental Health Tip – No One Will Take Care Of You Better Than You!

 

It’s the end and the beginning at once –

those are some of the best times!