I imagine working at Fandango is grand. First you get to the office, have a little coffee, chat with your friends, get a mani pedi, indulge in some brunch and then you go online. Maybe read some blogs. Obviously there’s no work to be done or else why would anyone be reading blogs and leaving […]
MR. G: We always say next year I’ll get a good car and I still don’t have one
ME: [giving the Jaguar driver the side eye] You have a good car.
MR. G: I want to look at a Porsche.
ME: Okay, can it wait a year?
MR. G: I’ve waited a year, the kids are bigger. I […]
I have children and I’m pretty sure they are the most beautiful children in the world therefore I take photos incessantly. In fact I have taken so many photos of poor Alexander that the most recent ones look a lot like this.
Which is probably normal but still disappointing.
In addition to the photos I take with […]
Much has been written about New Orleans. It’s a culturally rich city that birthed Jazz, Dixie and American’s first pharmacists. The air in New Orleans is sweet with humidity and blossoms, spices and music. New Orleans is more than a city, it’s a culture and a way of life.
In addition to being a cultural […]
Tonight at the dinner table I told my husband about our dear friend whose ex-husband died earlier in the day. We, of course, want to support her and her children during a difficult time. It should be simple. Offered without commentary is tonight’s dinner conversation.
ME: Something terrible happened today.
MR. G: What?
ME: Our friend’s ex […]
Last week I went to a launch for Opoli. It’s an interesting app and it’s taken everything that’s right about Uber and made it just a little bit friendlier for both consumer and driver. Here’s the gist of the Opoli app (and website too).
Drivers pay a monthly fee to be included in the […]