My Interview. No, I’m Being Interviewed. Yes.


Hi all –

I played Q&A with a friend on her “Weekly Wisdom” blog as the “Artist of the Month” — that’s very fancy sounding isn’t it?

Anyway, I blather on (and it’s pretty short) about creativity and artistry and creartistry.

Peggie is a practical and non-predictive palmist and intuitive whom I had the pleasure of meeting almost three years ago. She’s amazing. She does long-distance readings via Skype, phone, mail… you’ll have to talk to her about that.

Check out the interview at

Just so you know, those lovely people dancing in the pic on the masthead are not me and my beloved (whose birthday is today — HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BREADWINNER!); they are Peggie’s parents and today is their wedding anniversary. Lots of awesome things happen on August 29th. (And catastrophic things, like devastating hurricanes… love to NoLa.)

That is all. Have a great day!

Thank you.

About Grass Oil by Molly Field

follow me on twitter @mollyfieldtweet. i'm working on a memoir and i've written two books thus unpublished because i'm a scaredy cat. i hail from a Eugene O'Neill play and an Augusten Burroughs novel but i'm a married, sober straight mom. i write about parenting, mindfulness, irony, personal growth and other mysteries vividly with a bit of humor. "Grass Oil" comes from my son's description of dinner i made one night. the content of the blog is random, simple, funny and clever. stop by, it would be nice to get to know you. :)

2 responses »

  1. I Loved what you blathered on about! You know… clearly you are destined to be a writer ’cause Molly Field sounds like a pen name. It’s really awesome. What actually did you present as food to your progeny that looked like grass oil pray tell? Inquiring minds……..

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