The Day The Music Died

Another anniversary of late summer remembrance and sky blue conversations.  Another year of promises never to forget.  Another solemn reading of those three thousand names; names slowly fading in resonance next to the names of the Newtown children, the Boston marathon victims, the countless others whose names we have never heard, the ones who are... Continue Reading →

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Easy Like Sunday Morning

Dear Sunday, I miss you. I remember those times when you would roll up, all cool and slow, and we would greet you like a long-forgotten friend.  You would  show up with your hat full of rainy-day ideas, bags stuffed full of lazy afternoon notions and un-hurried schemes, splaying them on the carpet in jumbles and... Continue Reading →

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Leave New York for a few years and things change.  The M train becomes a legitimate, viable option. Bridges are renamed, bike lanes birthed, favorite restaurants shut down.  Young muscled men on the subway sell fruit snacks and granola bars instead of candy and batteries. But some things never change.  The silhouette of a saxophonist... Continue Reading →

Just a Small Town Girl

For the last twenty-five years, I've been a big city gal; concrete jungle where dreams are made of and all the rest. Mass transit, museums, if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere.  Too much of the great outdoors unnerves me.  Mother Nature makes me break out in hives.  Where others see... Continue Reading →

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