Drooping and dangling Wilting and wallowing Feeling the heat Drinking in the burn Hoping for raindrops Soaking in much-needed sun Yet stagnant and not growing
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.
For the past few years, cell phones seemed to be primarily used for texting, tweeting, and everything else but talking. Then the year of covid-19 hit and talking on cell phones has made a comeback. All sorts of phone calls are happening again. However, phone etiquette remains abysmally […]
Sometimes we have a lot of heavy things to ponder and forvehich big decisions are required. For instance, we had to decide whether to send my son into onsite school learning or to do 100% remote. After much thought, we opted to have him do remote learning for […]
She joined the crowd, happily. She drifted in and out of a happy dream where life was normal and bliss was everywhere. In principal it had been that way. But reality has been adjusted. Her heart beat fiercely. There will be a change. She kept her legs strong. […]
We all have our quirks. That is why I never understand when someone is noted for or described as being quirky. I suppose there is a quirky scale or continuum whereby some people are way quirkier than others. I myself have been noted as being quirky. Very quirky. […]
Like any other New Yorker, my closets are small and tightly packed in. Very tightly packed in. I have shoe upon shoe, blankets, and dresses upon dresses jammed packed in them. It is an amazing feat of physics displayed inside my closet. Us New Yorkers find imaginative ways […]
We all know that worrying can have plusses and minuses. A lot of minuses. And, yes some plusses. If you find yourself worried about something it may serve as a feedback loop to let you know you care about something. It’s an odd choice for a self-reflection path, […]
In walking over 15,000 daily New York City steps one comes across many odds and ends. You come across all sorts of characters and situations. As such, you always have to be on your toes. You always need to scan ahead. And, sometimes you come across an object […]
I have a friend who loves returning items. Actually, I have two such friends. And, yes, they seem to truly love returning items to the store. It’s almost like sports to them. One loves telling me about her “return” adventures because I totally cringe. There are two things […]
They had already driven for over 14 hours when they pulled over to the side of the lonely, dark road. Or perhaps that was her heart. They stared across the horizon wiping the sweat from their brow. She thought she heard the chirping of a bird far, far […]