Monthly Archives: November 2011

I Want to be a Kardashian Sister

The only time I seem to watch “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” is when I’m at the gym, and they are seriously entertaining! Having grown up with two brothers and no sisters, I love watching how the three elder sisters … Continue reading

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NYC in the Rain

Seriously, New York City has to be one of the worst places to live (or visit) when it rains.  Why is this, you ask? Because: 1. It’s usually chilly or freezing or windy too (or a combination of these). 2. … Continue reading

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Book Review: “The Marriage Plot”

Sometimes a book is so good that you don’t want to finish it.  That is how I felt when I finished Jeffrey Eugenide’s “The Marriage Plot” last night.  In fact, I loved this book so much that I didn’t want … Continue reading

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The Millionaire Matchmaker Gets “Matched”

Finally, Patti Stanger allows herself to be Millionaire Matchmakered (I know that isn’t a real word.  I’m not stupid!).  So many viewers have wondered, and asked, why she is single if she is such a supposed specialist at matchmaking.  Well, … Continue reading

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The First College Acceptance

My daughter received her first college acceptance! I guess she’s really going… The school she was accepted into is a “safety”, but better safe than sorry, right? Congratulations baby! Any school will be lucky to have you.  My loss will … Continue reading

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Are You Watching “Homeland”?

My husband has a cold.  I saw it coming.  The first signs appeared exactly a week ago. “You’re going to be sick all next weekend,” I told him. I was right. When you’re married to a Jewish man (a.k.a. hypochondriac) … Continue reading

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Who Cares About the One Percent?

I am so sick and tired of hearing about the one percent who buy everything, own everything, and control everything.  One percent people! Let’s talk about the other ninety-nine percent for a change. Occupy Wall Street? Give me a break.  … Continue reading

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