Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Whistleblower

go see this film as it will shock you but inspire you. We need heroines and this film depicts one!It’s the best movie I have seen in ages!

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Losing a friend you thought was already lost

I read the obituaries every morning as many people do. I have no idea why we do this. I look for reasons why people died, how old they were when they died, who survived them, etc. The other morning I saw that my childhood friend had died in February of a long term illness. There […]

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HBO and Gloria Steinem

Gloria Steinem and other reflections Some years ago when I was young and just married I was asked by someone whose name I don’t remember to host a dinner for Gloria Steinem at our house in San Francisco. My husband was always curious about meeting new people and very happy to host any number of […]

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When the Kennedy’s Came To Stay

When the Kennedy’s came to stay.. Most of our childhood was spent in relative peace within the confines of 11 Meadowcroft Lane or Stowe, Vermont once my Dad made a little more money! There were so many of us it seemed to me it was impossible to be alone and I am sure that is why […]

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Just learn to Tell a Joke

Spain defaulting, Greece unstable, and we can’t agree on how to solve our own debit problems. Obama says things will get better but does anyone believe it? No wonder people seem angry all the time and drinking more all the time. I think drinking is a good indicator of your level of happiness: the more […]

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