Warning! This post contains adult content! Zany and I have turned the page. Her recent office move to the extreme West Side has basically ruled out lunchtime adventures. Some companies sure know how to deliver a big buzz kill. We are certain ...
Warning! This post contains adult content! Zany and I have turned the page. Her recent office moveto the extreme West Side has basically ruled out lunchtime adventures. Some companies sure know how to deliver a bigbuzz kill. We are certain that withoutour dollars, the midtown food truck economy is going to suffer. But, we have come to the conclusion that it’stime to up our game,
Life isalways transitioning, renewing, and yearning to proliferate. But sometimesthings get in the way. A Father’s Day visit to Apple Trace reminds me that lifeneeds care and cultivation. We need to be our own gardeners. On this day offathers and sons, I am contemplating life and legacy as I bend and stoop andstruggle to pull the tough weeds that have engulfed the trees in my care.
When thethermometer flip flops between 70 degrees and 30 degrees during any given week,it’s a pretty good bet I’ll get smacked with the dreaded spring sinusinfection. Within a matter of hours, I’m at least three of the Seven Dwarfs –Drippy, Sneezy and Stuffy. I need therapy STAT. As ithappens, Zany is nursing a pesky post-nasal drip as well, so we arrange forimmediate medical
It is thedarkest days of February. And frankly, the runway to February wasn’t all thatgreat either. Zany came down with strep throat and spent Christmas in the ER.I’ve recently recovered from a virulent bout of food poisoning and have beenliving on a steady diet of saltine crackers and Chicken and Stars soup. The soup just doesn’t taste as good as when I wasa kid. We are desperately in
It is that enchantingseason in New York City where the urban landscape is transformed. Ordinarysteel and cement is transfigured amidst a dazzling display of twinkling lights.The urban landscape resembles storybook illustrations. In a fascinating, andsomewhat frightening phenomenon, department store buildings literally breakinto holiday song. Tourists clog the streets and gridlock