Monthly Archives: November 2011

Book Review: The Lovely Bones

Alice Sebold crafts a gut-ripping tale of loss, grief, recovery, and the afterlife in The Lovely Bones. It was on my list of movies to watch, but I never got around to it. Being a firm believer that books are … Continue reading

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Taylor Swift Concert Experience

I went into the city last Monday night to make sure I didn’t miss a second of the final Speak Now 2011 Taylor Swift Concert on Tuesday night in Madison Square Garden (MSG). Linds was gracious enough to drop me … Continue reading

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How to Navigate Me in the AM

Don’t speak unless spoken to before I’ve eaten Don’t tell me all the plans for the day before my coffee is fully drunk Don’t ask me why my hair looks like this Don’t tell me everything that’s gone wrong with … Continue reading

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Six Reasons Why Canceling At The Last Minute Pisses Me Off

Rome wasn’t built in a day…neither were the plans we made. Tread carefully when derailing them. Saying yes and then waffling at the last minute is inconsiderate. If you were trying not to hurt my feelings, you failed. In fact, … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving from Emerson

Today I’m taking over Kourtney’s blog. Yes, it’s the magic of the holiday season and a dog can type. Wanted to wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving. Hope you get to share it with your loved ones. Here’s some … Continue reading

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Taylor Swift Concert

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Why I Like Thanksgiving

  It’s a non-religious holiday. Turkey. Smothered in gravy. Hugging my mashed potatoes. Pie. Pumpkin, apple, cherry. You-name-it pie. Fall is my favorite season. Except when a noreaster screeches through in October and ruins the foliage. Sweet potatoes bathed in … Continue reading

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LIFE IS NOT A MERITOCRACY

Life is not a meritocracy. I didn’t deserve a trip to Italy this year. I found a way to make it happen, but I didn’t deserve it. And the ten years of back-breaking-down agony, yeah, I really didn’t deserve that … Continue reading

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