Tag Archives: Audrey Hepburn

Why Holly Golightly Was Not Meant To Get Old

I have a birthday coming up we’re not celebrating. When I think there was a time I looked forward to my special day, it seems comical.  As a kid, birthdays were treated like national holidays making you wonder why banks … Continue reading

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A Word That Sizzles

I’m reading a book about George H.W. Bush by the esteemed writer, Jon Meecham (Destiny and Power…The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush), and a line jumped out at me… Bush appreciated steadiness over sizzle… Letting it roll around … Continue reading

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Audrey’s In The House

I’m not much into decorating as a rule, but suddenly I’m rivaling Martha Stewart. I already have lots of artwork for my many walls.  Never being able to afford a masterpiece, I’d find a cheap, old magazine cover, poster or … Continue reading

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Could Have Donced All Night

 What’s more delightful than the unexpected. I was sitting at my favorite bistro enjoying a glass of wine. I couldn’t afford lunch but decided, could still enjoy its warm ambiance, for a limited price. There I was, all gussied up … Continue reading

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When Everything Old Is New Again

Remember that Peter Allen song? I found myself humming it window shopping down Madison.   When everything old i-is new-ew a-again. I took an early morning stroll, the only time to really get a good look in all the shop … Continue reading

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I’m Just Not That Kinda Girl

I saw someone this morning who brought up an unpleasant incident that happened over thirty-five years ago, an event I’ve taught myself never to think about. I had only met Joel once at a party Buffy, I’ll call her, had … Continue reading

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The Audrey Hepburn Of Wildlife

A friend of mine went to a pig roast recently. At first I thought she was joking…her way of saying there were be lots of food. Turns out, it was really a lavish picnic a best friend was having for … Continue reading

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Hell But It’s L’Oreal

I had a sobering experience yesterday that left me in a cosmetic swoon so to speak. For those of you who don’t know, I’m a long time model (nice term for old) who still goes on the proverbial go-see which … Continue reading

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Why We Still Love Lucy

I recently learned that if you go to http://www.cbs.com you can watch practically every I Love Lucy show there is. Last night I nestled in bed in front of my Mac with take-out which included a bag of Pepperidge Farm … Continue reading

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Grace

Grace is one of my favorite words. I not only love what it means but how it sounds as well. It has a pure, unassuming ring that reminds me of all things good and noble. I have a friend who, … Continue reading

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