Monthly Archives: February 2015

“BE HAPPY…STILL”

I’m worried about Boston. I mean, how much can one city take? Of course, the answer is: A Lot. If you’re Boston. Like four blizzards and seven feet of precipitation in three weeks, which as E.J. Graff wrote in Friday’s op-ed section of the N.Y.Times, “Boston’s Winter From Hell” “…crushed roofs, burst gutters, destroyed roads and… read more

IN THE END, IT’S ALL ABOUT DINNER

No really, it is. Seriously. I mean, it is for me. It starts early in the morning, usually when Jim, Willa (our Golden Retriever) and I are running around the reservoir in Central Park and Jim says, as he does every morning without fail, “So whattaya feel like for dinner?” And I always smile because I’m already happy… read more

EVERYBODY FUMBLES

EVERYBODY FUMBLES It’s true. We all do. There’s no way around it. We drop the ball, we blow the call, we forget our lines in the middle of the play, we totally misread the signals… Or maybe we pass when we should’ve run…The bottom line is, we blow it. It happens. But luckily, for most of us, … read more

WHAT MATTERS

I wrote the “Motivator” below a little over a year ago. Although I’ve walked along the same block on Fifth Avenue countless times, I haven’t seen the young man I spoke of again…yet. But I look for him every time I’m on “his block.” Of course, there is usually another young man (or woman) sitting… read more