Monthly Archives: January 2012
I’m in Montreal this week, but before I left for JFK, I had to pay homage to the great Sunday ritual that is eggs for breakfast. There’s no better way to deal with TSA or board the world’s smallest plane … Continue reading
Just when you thought American commercialism couldn’t get any more ridiculous… …it went ahead and did. Happy Friday!
We (and by we, naturally this means I) interrupt this program to bring very biased and unsolicited praise – My auntie’s best friend has made it to the cover page of the New York Times Fashion & Style section! Not … Continue reading
There are so many things to love about New York City on the weekends – or any day of the week, for that matter. Time for another cappuccino. Nightcaps (okay, sometimes those happen on Thursdays, too). Lingering over the pastry basket … Continue reading
There are several places I can only go with adult supervision. Some might suggest uneven ground (there’s that falling thing again). I can’t remember the last time I left a bookstore empty-handed…or in less than an hour. As a child, … Continue reading
I guess I shouldn’t be surprised by how much I love antique shops and rummage sales. I’ve always been one to collect relatively useless (but always meaningful!) nicknacks. One day I’ll commence Le Grande Purge, but for now, all doting … Continue reading