I’m famished, hungry, and in search of something good. Once a year or so, I tend to get gastritis. I eat out often and can get mild cases of food poisoning. You would think I would learn my lesson. But what lesson? I don’t do buffets. That’s a […]
I love to travel, try new foods (both simple and "exotic"), ingest caffeine, and watch political news coverage. Im a big pop culture junkie who isnt afraid to say she loves "In Touch" Magazine! A social marketing expert and psychologist by training who works in the public health field trying to bring a little common sense to it all.
All the world is my television and I like to provide commentary on it.
Just yesterday I was shocked that I had no words. I had no sentences to put together. I had no thoughts to string together into a composition. Today, I shocked myself in that I have no Christmas gift list. I have put together a gift list for family […]
I have nothing to say All the words are gone I have run ragged and tired Nothing to spit out Can’t come up with a new sentence No stories to share No thoughts to process out loud No crankiness to vent No jokes to snark on No secrets […]
You know that feeling you get when you stand up too quickly and you feel like you are going to pass out? How often does that happen to you? The first time that happened to me, I was so scared. I thought I was dying and that everything […]
I am not great with plants. I am horrible with plants. I try to warn everyone that I am not a great plant nurturer. I don’t really talk to the plants. Although, I can certainly use some comforting, non-judgmental entity that can lend an ear or leaf. Yet, it […]
I was sitting on my couch with a Mai Tai in hand, internet shopping. Then I came across a Tropical Pineapple Ukulele on a website that sells unusual gifts. I got super excited. I wanted it. I want it. Then I thought, I need to write about my […]
So many thought of her as evil. She was the Ice Queen, afterall. But it wasn’t like that. It wasn’t meant to be like that. She didn’t have the power to turn things into ice and icicles. They had long ago ceased to have summers and […]
When I first adopted my fur baby Winston, he was a bit raggedy, quiet and mellow. In two weeks time, he became less mellow. In a month’s time he was wll groomed and his pretty face shined through. In two month’s time, he is no longer quiet. Apparently, […]
About three years ago, I was moving cross country (yet again) and I needed to get rid of items. I got rid of stuff for symbolic purposes. I was leaving my beloved New York after having been there for ten years in that last stint. I leave, […]
Yes, my nine year old son still believes in Santa Claus. I love the magic of the season and the fact that he believes that a man in the North Pole spends the whole year working on toys. How can one not find that cute? We shall see […]