Recently I’ve caught myself doing and saying a number of silly things due to the time and energy I spend in my garden. I may or may not have done one or all of these things, inciting many an eye … Continue reading
An ascetic devoted to aesthetisism. I knew half of that on my way to see Bill Cunningham New York and discovered the other half as I sat through this intimate portrait of the man. If you are a fan of … Continue reading
I love cowboy boots. Having been born and raised in Connecticut, I can’t quite figure out why. Â I was taught early on to avoid eye contact with people like me. Gray is my favorite color. Metaphorically and literally. Incidentally, I … Continue reading
A lot can change in a year. Or in my case, a week. 365 days ago this week, I got married, got laid off and turned 30. I think that independently any one of those events would drive some perfectly … Continue reading
Thanks to a generous client, I had in hand two tickets for box seats at the Pilot Pen Tennis Tournament in New Haven. This is an event I grew up attending as a pimply-faced and tennis-crazed teenager so I was … Continue reading
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It’s a game we play with our greyhounds who prefer sleeping, reclining, relaxing and snoring over pretty much anything. The rules are simple. The game begins when a human says “alive?” and doesn’t end until we get a flutter of … Continue reading
Happy Mother’s Day to my wonderful mother who has taught me to be fearless and true to myself, two qualities I hope to pass on to my own children one day.
The good, the bad and the ugly of our Stamford Taco Crawl can be explored in my full review on CT Bites: The Great Stamford Taco Crawl. CT Bites has been kind enough to allow me to share and indulge … Continue reading
My phone rang Wednesday night as I sat in front of my computer trying to figure out how to juggle three big projects that have all but commanded my waking hours. The call was unrelated to any of those, yet … Continue reading
Just north of Cambria is a beach known for viewing elephant seals. We stopped to take photos and found a remarkably similar scene to the one that plays out every day on our couch at home in Connecticut. Early evidence … Continue reading
What makes a perfect 30th birthday? 1. A run in the woods. Give me a long winding path in the woods over the gym any day. 2. Great Coffee Zumbachs, one of my favorite places (second only to my local … Continue reading