Fred the cat, being given a special citation by the New York City Police Department for his undercover work in a sting operation.
Patrick, the cat next door, who will only eat Ben and Jerry’s, Chunky Monkey, no other flavor.
Staying with cats, Zeus who looks like Morris if he were Orson Welles, couldn’t get a Halloween costume to fit him at Petco, so his mother cleverly sliced one of her bandanas in half so he could answer the door as Cat Ballou, greeting the 24 kids who knocked on it.
Donald Trump’s hair.
How often I find my reading glasses in the freezer.
Bill Hicks’s joke, that after nuclear war, the only things left will be cockroaches and Keith Richards…excuse me Bill if I’ve paraphrased.
My friend’s 8 year-old son, Samuel, ordering a tuna melt, with no cheese or tomato, not toasted.
The first time Sam ever came to my house, he looked at my couch and said: I guess you never met a pillow you didn’t like.
Writer Pete Hamill saying, going out with Jackie O. was like taking King Kong to the beach.
My pal Ed’s extensive tie collection.
When Cary Fisher was married to Paul Simon, as she was about to get on a plane after they had just had an enormous fight said, “If my plane crashes, you’re gonna be sorry.”
Paul said, “Maybe not.”
How Rocky Mazzilli, my friend’s chihuahua, has no idea how little he is. He looks at you as if he’s saying…who you callin’ little?
The time my father went out to buy beer forgetting to put on his pants. Imagine a middle-aged man in festive Fruit of the Looms with a 6 pack of Schlitz.
Clemenza, teaching Michael, how to make tomato sauce. “Hey, come over here kid, learn somethin. You never know you might have to cook for 20 Guys someday.
Anne Lamott’s friend who told her, she wanted to kill herself, but needed to lose 5 pounds first.
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