Things I will miss when the current lock down ends: Long walks with Jeter and the feeling that he finally is getting enough of my attention. Roads with less cars and sidewalks with more people. Eating meals when I’m hungry without regard to time. My comfort with going barefaced. I don’t usually wear very much … Continue reading Miss. Lilly edition.
No matter how many cities I visit, I will always love NYC the most. I can't imagine ever feeling the same combined sense of awe and comfort any other place in the world. From my earliest days exploring the city independently as a teenager, to last weekend, no other location inspires, contents and entertains me … Continue reading Scenes – NYC, 11/10 & 11/11
Wearing makeup* or a bra if I don’t feel like it. Counting calories or glasses of wine. Checking the clock or my email. Caring about an extra couple of pounds or the silver threads in my hair. Having three meals a day or even keeping track of how many there have been. Running or any … Continue reading Things I’ve given up on vacation
In the past decade there was a run of not so great holiday weekends in my life. There had been discoveries and recollections which had left in their wake a slight dread when a three or four-day holiday weekend approached. A good time for all was not guaranteed since unexpected and bad news seemed to arrive … Continue reading In Memoriam – holiday weekends and me
I have absolutely zero feelings regarding whether the roll of toilet paper is supposed to be installed over or under. However, double parked vehicles blocking available legal parking will probably be my trigger if I should ever totally lose my sh*t. I’m at a stage in the aging process where I believe liberally applied moisturizer … Continue reading Randoms – February, 2019
Wow, January! You were really something. During your calendar page time, I made my way home from California, spent an evening with friends in New Paltz and had a quick getaway to Miami Beach. There were numerous runs, some yoga, lots of golf course walks with Jeter and the first ski of the season. It … Continue reading (The) freedom of obligation
On Sunday I took a walk at the golf course and found the most fantastic piece of deer “shed.” It was lying in the meadow, completely exposed and bleached white, a four-point rack from a buck. I could scarcely believe it was just there in grass, there where no one else had seen or taken … Continue reading Universal thoughts