Monthly Archives: June 2016

  • MUHAMMAD ALI: A MOM’S MEMORY

    Posted on June 7, 2016 by melindaworthpopham in Blog.

      My son started preschool wearing glasses and a patch over one eye. Hoping to make the black plastic patch look jaunty and not so Halloween pirate, I covered it with red gingham. But it soon took cowboy boots to lend my three-year-old the courage to show up there day after day. One evening in […]

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  • TALL TALES

    Posted on June 1, 2016 by melindaworthpopham in Blog.

    At my last workout at the gym in Santa Monica, my trainer introduced me to a new client, an entertainment lawyer in her midforties. “This here’s Melinda,” Jason said, “but don’t bother her getting to know her.  She’s going off to be a nun.” “I am not!” I said, swatting Jason’s bicep.  “I’m just going […]

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