It’s not the next chapter, it’s the first chapter

It’s my last night in New York City. I was trying to think of something epic to do, but all I wanted to do was come home and write an article for my class and maybe have a glass of wine (definitely have a glass of wine). And that reminded me why I’m moving outContinue reading “It’s not the next chapter, it’s the first chapter”

The early bird … needs the nap

Bougie is getting another mention today. We became friends because we were the only ones in the office at 7:30 a.m. I’d cheerfully walk in and say, “good morning!” He’d offer a sort-of grunt in return as though he was trying, but unable to form actual words that early in the morning. I’ve worked theContinue reading “The early bird … needs the nap”

In the friend zone

I was busted the other day, recycling my itinerary as a New York City tour guide. When Tara told me she was visiting, one of the first things I said was, “We have to go to Chelsea Market. I think you’ll love it.” Tara loves gourmet food. She appreciates the time and love that goesContinue reading “In the friend zone”