Tag Archives: Truman Capote

An Old April Shower

You just never know when you’ll bump smack into your past, like a wall you didn’t see. There I was stretching after my run, when I notice a man’s familiar face, with one too many age spots gracing it, coming … Continue reading

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The Mean Reds…Fighting Depression

I’ve loved this expression ever since reading it in Truman Capote’s classic, Breakfast At Tiffany’s…what he called his version of having the blues. In the book, Holly Golightly, our famous heroine, goes to Tiffany to chase those blues away. Even … Continue reading

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Notes From The Carlyle – November

Nothing like a snifter of brandy to warm a girl’s cockles as it were. New York is freezing making strolling simply out of the question. I tried, I really did but gave in when I saw the Carlyle’s cheery canopy … Continue reading

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