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Sometimes I just don’t recognize myself, like today when I tripped my next door neighbor. I pretended it was the girl upstairs who went by with her dogs…but it was me and one scuffed Manolo, I’ll tell ya. Why did … Continue reading
I love kids, but sure didn’t this day with one sitting across from me while trying to eat my lunch. His mother, a woman in her 30s, was on her cell ignoring this little fellow who looked like a short … Continue reading
Little kids fascinate me. Sometimes I sit on a park bench and just watch them twirling their parents around their tiny, sticky fingers like lariats. I’m always amazed at how much they get away with. When I was little, forget … Continue reading
I was walking down 81st Street when I watched a little boy, no more than 2, take a spill on the sidewalk. Instead of crying like I expected, he pulled himself up, regained his balance and pressed on. When he … Continue reading
I always make one major New Year’s resolution to improve myself…the big winner? To be more tolerant toward others. Of course now I want to change my mind and get it off the table since I just got annoyed at … Continue reading
People who put their feet up on furniture is my new pet peeve and I believe it’s becoming epidemic. I often speak of the library I belong to with great affection. There’s a reading room I frequent with easy chairs … Continue reading
Before I tell my little tale let me just say that I was completely in the wrong for doing what I did. That said, city workers in every capacity could work a little on their overall people skills. Yesterday morning, … Continue reading