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JFK Junior The Good Son

I just finished a poignant biography by Christopher Anderson about JFK Jr. and the mother he loved, to quote its cover. I picked it up hesitantly figuring, I’ve read it all before, but after reading the prologue that recaps John’s … Continue reading

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Cocktails

No, this isn’t about drinking¬†though I could sure use one even though it’s not quite 9 in the morning. And no, I’m not a drunk. I’m just one of the many women on the planet who may need something a … Continue reading

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Packaging

I’ve learned the hard way that things are rarely what they seem. If I had a dollar for every time I’ve been wrong about something just because I went by the looks of it I’d have a house in the … Continue reading

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The Italian Savings Account

My grandmother was one of my very first role models. The first piece of advice she ever gave me besides ‘it’s best to chew your food before swallowing’ was, “find yourself a nice Jewish man so he can buy you … Continue reading

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I Read Therefore ‘I AM’

When I meet someone who tells me they never read, first I bestow upon them a complimentary sign of the cross before removing them forever from my BlackBerry. It’s hard to relate to someone who doesn’t love books then, on … Continue reading

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I Vont To Be Read but Otherwise Left Alone

I’m not on Facebook or Twitter although my friend Amy thinks tweeting would be a nice way to glean followers. I don’t know though, with the exception of The Social Network, the movie, ( love Aaron Sorkin) I find the … Continue reading

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