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I was working, when someone used the phrase, speak in elegant conversation, making me take pause. What a lovely concept, I thought, to speak elegantly. Made me think of rubies and pearls, Paris and Grace Kelly …the Chrysler Building and crystal … Continue reading
I was coming back from a job during rush hour on the L train, a line I never take. There I was, squashed, in-between a woman with 8 shopping bags, and a young kid whose backpack was practically smothering me. … Continue reading
I often write about the New York subway, it’s ups and downs, the good, bad and the ugly, so when I found myself facing a fellow, quite Kennedyesque…6 feet 3, tawny, rumpled hair waving with arrogance, I can’t claim to … Continue reading
I’m in the 5 items or less check-out line at Whole Foods with a young kid around 20, in front of me, getting coffee and a muffin. I say, “Wouldn’t you like a little bag for your muffin?” It’s self-service … Continue reading
I can’t say, how often I’m annoyed in the course of a day. People drive me crazy. The tunnel vision, unconsciousness, self-absorption has become epidemic, and it riles me to no end. When did courtesy leave town never to be … Continue reading
For the likes of me, I can’t get these new doormen straight. There are four that seem to blend, like madras bleeding in the wash. It’s easy to recognize Felix because he only has one tooth, and Sampson, living up … Continue reading
It was Sunday night a hair before sunset. I had neurotically gone to the mailbox on the corner to mail my birthday thank you notes, even though the next pickup wasn’t until Monday at noon. You can’t accuse me of … Continue reading