Monthly Archives: August 2012

Goodbye Bicycle: The Last Ride

I am about to ride my beloved bicycle for the last time.  I am taking her to a walk through and a closing in Tribeca, and then to my office in Soho. My ex bought me this bicycle for Mother’s … Continue reading

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New Music for Today’s Run

Here are three new songs that I just bought for the run I’m about to take.  I love them all! Heard them on Alt Nation on Sirius while driving with my son recently. “Trojans” by Atlas Genius, The Black Keys’ … Continue reading

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Why I Can’t Stop Watching The Real Housewives of New York City

Yes, it has been the worst season ever and yet I can’t stop watching The Real Housewives of New York City.  My husband is hooked too, which makes it even more fun.  The women fight nonstop over nonsense.  They allow … Continue reading

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My Therapists, and Who’s Wearing a Bike Helmet

Today is one of those rare and stellar days in New York City.  The weather is cool and crisp, the sun is shining and the sky is blue.  When I woke up this morning and saw what a glorious day it … Continue reading

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Riding Out Another Big Storm – Hello Isaac

Last summer my husband and I decided to ride out Hurricane Irene in the Hamptons. Bad choice. We were without power for almost three days. It was dark and rainy and windy. Very caveman, in fact. We had a special … Continue reading

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Looking For Love? Turn Your Wireless Connection Off!

My husband flew down to Delray Beach on Friday night to see me. I had just flown in with my son after spending five days and nights in Las Vegas with my Dad (love you so much Daddy!). As soon … Continue reading

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Life Lines… or are they Threads?

Someone tried to take her life a few days ago.  A young, beautiful girl with so much ahead of her.  Love, laughter, success, friendship. How can you know, in your early twenties, that you want to end it all? Did … Continue reading

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