Monthly Archives: August 2011

I AM THE PERFECT SIZE ME!

My niece is getting married.  She is the bride.  Her dress is important. Mine?  Not so much.  And yet I find myself in my own personal episode of, “What Not to Wear!”  There is an aura of importance surrounding my … Continue reading

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CRUEL DAYS CRUEL DAYS

You know it when you see it.  It’s subtle but intense.  It is that look of terror in the eyes of girls all over the country right about now.  Not all girls; mostly middle to upper middle class girls.  And … Continue reading

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What Would Janice Do?

I know I know, Janice Joplin didn’t write Bobbie McGee, but she immortalized it to the point that it was practically an anthem when I was in High School. It was such an integral part of the fabric of our … Continue reading

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Bully for You?

Former Mayor Ed Koch and his sister Pat have just had a children’s book published. And I almost want to buy it and read it. Almost but not quite. The book, Eddie Shapes Up, was discussed in the New York … Continue reading

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