At seventy, this may be the last hotel swim ensemble I ever buy. It got me thinking about what having a lifetime supply might mean now. Continue reading Quarantine Diary 7: What a lifetime supply means at 70
Six weeks of no aesthetic services has made me realize just how high-maintenance I have become. Sure, I miss my … Continue reading Quarantine Diary 6: Five things, vanity edition
We’re still fine here in Reno. Still sheltering in place. Still limiting our consumption of news–wanting to hear what Dr. … Continue reading Quarantine Diary 5: Guilt, grandmothers, and gratitude
Today, simply raise a glass of something and join Leo and me in celebration of US, NOW AND THEN finally making it into the world. Cheers!
Continue reading Welcome to the world, little book!
Full disclosure: I’ve been in and out of WW (formerly Weight Watchers) since the sixties when I joined my mother’s … Continue reading Quarantine Diary 3: WW taught me how to survive a pandemic without gaining 30 pounds