Just another crazed Dallas Cowboys fan who believes that blue toenails rock, and that writing screenplays is an insane way from Dallas to make a living — but who said I was sane? — and that life is too important to be taken seriously.

You will find lots of posts here about Getting Things Done, about writing screenplays and novels, about bicycles (from an out of shape newbie’s perspective), about whatever my current obsession is.

Oh, and the official Patricia Burroughs site is

12 responses to “About

  1. What are the odds? Two screenwriters — two Dallas Cowboys fans — on the sam internet?

    Keep writing.


  2. I’m a reporter at the Voice of America. I do essays about life here (see url above), and will be writing about rodeo clowns. I saw and admired your photo on the subject and wondered if I could have your permission to use it as one of the illustrations of the piece, with credit, of course.

    If so, pls. tell me how the credit should read. And if you could tell me a bit more about the locale and circumstances, etc., it would help with a caption. I need to hear back asap.


    Ted Landphair 1/31/07

  3. Thanks! I responded privately.

  4. Hey, we are starting a GTD group for educators and I would like to use your “before” and “after” pics on my introductory blog post. Would you mind?

  5. I live to serve. (wink)

    Just don’t forget to link back to me and place the blame where blame is due!

  6. Nice to meet you. I’m also a Texas and happen to have blue toenails at the moment. Glad to know you’re here.

  7. Hi 🙂 I’ve been enjoying reading your blog, so I nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award. You can find my post linking back to your blog here http://booksandboston.wordpress.com/2011/10/10/the-versatile-blogger-award/ ‎:)

Hit me with it.

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