julietoye.com was a gift from an old friend who
said that a website is a gift for someone who has
everything. By everything, he meant that I have
a long dual career in writing and psychological
services that pleases me, a cool little boy who
adores me most of the time, lots of good music
and the guts to leave a 23 year old marriage that
stopped being a marriage 6 years earlier.
RANTS & RAVES
Read Published Articles about
Pittsburgh Music/Entertainment:
Norman Nardini, Phil Brontz,
Chizmo Charles, Ron Chavis, Frank
Czuri, Bill Toms/Hard Rain/Tom
Breiding, Joe Grushecky & the
Houserockers, James King, Bill
Deasy/Rich Jacques
Record Of The Year
FAVORITE LINKS
Be an Organ Donor.
Non-Fiction:dddddd   
 
Sorta Funny Short Stories
Help Fight
Breast Cancer.
To rant, rave, send info, contact me
at:  
julie@julietoye.com
Michael's Pages &Photos
IN THE LAND OF MISFITS,
MISMATCHES & PERFECT FITS...
my online dating testimonial from hell
Something for Dad
Fictional
F
iction...
What I should do with this website was up to me.
I can load it with my articles I've published as a
free-lance writer, post links to my favorite sites,

Kewl Photos
, stories about friends and
relatives who made news and  others who should.
The site could also include updates about
mom Laura's liver transplant
as well as a page devoted to my son Michael who
has Autism.

But under no circumstances, was I allowed to
return or not use the gift. The basics have stayed
the same since this started. Readership has
grown much more than I ever could have
imagined. The regulars have stayed and new
ones  keep coming.  Can't ask for more!

If you don't know me and stumble on to this
site, please drop me an email and let me know
what you think.

Sincerely,
Julie Toye
All written material on this website is
owned and under copyright by Juls
& Michael.  Nothing can be used or
reproduced without prior written
consent.
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Happen...
Bizarre Internet Searches
That Got Some Readers Here
Toy Exchange Program Info
The
Cheese
Mill...
The very portal
to hell where
we've all worked
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