Happy Thursday, everyone! Can you believe it's back again? I can't. Actually, I feel like we never really left March, rather, it's become the longest month on record. Everyday of this pandemic has been March 12th, the day that my office (and many others in Manhattan) closed down before the state could shut down. But,… Continue reading It’s March…Again!
This past Monday marked my first week of unemployment. When I woke up on Monday, at first I felt relieved, but then I felt this overwhelming feeling of missing my job. For two years, I worked as part of a team for a company that I loved. I did interview for a new role within… Continue reading Unemployed, with a busy schedule
The first time I heard the name Judith Jones was during Sony Pictures Biopic Julie & Julia, based on the book (of course) which centers the "parallel" lives of Julie Powell and beloved chef, Julia Child. Julia was a world-renowned American chef best known for her insane use of butter in her recipes as well… Continue reading Julie and Julia changed my life
My poor boy is sick. I feel just awful that I am all the way in New York, when I am clearly needed in Connecticut. Poor Zachary. I really hope that he gets well soon because nothing is worse than being sick, except for being sick in the summer. The reason I am writing is… Continue reading Fifteen minutes and it is 3 a.m.
For me, writing can be as easy as breathing or harder than candy corn after Halloween. I have chosen to embark on this journey that will end with me earning the title Novelist. Writing is so fickle because there will be days where your brain is filled with great ideas and interesting points of dialogue.… Continue reading To Write…