In retrospect it’s hilarious that the thing I was most concerned about was the 105 degree heat and 40% humidity! I would much rather bundle up, pile on the layers and combat the cold, then try to undo hot. Plus, I drench my mat in any yoga class.
You may have read my previous post about artist Kate Cordsen and her photography exhibit at Lori Warner Gallery ( if you missed it, click here). Writing that article gave me an opportunity to get to know Kate and visit her stunning home and studio.
My absolute favorite mommy memories are mother/daughter weekends in NYC, packed with jaunts to the ballet, museums, The American Girl store (never thought I’d miss that kooky place), fancy lunches and afternoon teas. Those days are long gone. READ THE FULL LIST HERE>
Before the holidays, I had a chance to spend a few days in Boston, catching up with old friends. While I’ve now lived elsewhere longer, I grew up in Cambridge and will always consider myself a Boston girl.
It drives me crazy when people say, “I should have thought of that” when referring to things like Post-It notes, iTunes, or paperclips. I mean, let’s not kid ourselves. I know I’ll never come up with a genius, millionaire-making idea.