The “Tully” Effect

The following post is from a movie blog that Dion and I write called “Popcorn Reals: Metzger, Morton, and the Movies.”    
We must ALL be an another woman’s Tully at some point.  

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Randall and Me

Randall, from NBC’s “This Is Us”, and I have a few similar experiences. This fictional character has helped me reconcile with a few things in my own life. Read More

The 8% Revisited

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We are approaching the home stretch of 2017. Most of us are beginning to reflect on resolutions we have made and did not achieve.  We should be honest with ourselves, we typically do not always reflect on the positives and making a new list of resolutions.

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Third Movement: Michael

This is the story of my father, Michael Morton.  This isn’t a sad story, but one about real life.

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First Movement: When I Die…

First movement: brisk and lively. The first movement of a symphony usually has a structure called sonata form.

My heaven will be when as a little girl stealing sips of Cafe Bustelo with my crazy, loud, and loving Puerto Rican family at my Grandma Carmen’s dining table.

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Symphony No. 36

When we are born, we start assembling a symphony of life where the instruments are the people that add richness to our stories.  They are part of life’s twists and turns like the movements in a symphony that are highlighted by crescendos and decrescendos.The conductor steps on the stage, and with a final push the doctor announces…It’s a girl!

Why does the conductor shake the hand of the violinist before the concert begins? The conductor is acknowledging the concertmaster, who is the leader of the violins and a vital part of the orchestra leadership. Our concertmaster is Lauren Morton.

 

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