Archive for October 2008

Fallin' Around

The past two days have been miserable around here. Tuesday it was rainey and windy and barely more than freezing while yesterday was slightly warmer, a little less wet, but just as windy. Today, however, was beautiful. Still cold, but bright and sunny. So I grabbed the camera (I really need to name her) and…

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The Wrath of God or Waiter, There's a Fly In My Soup

On the twelfth day of the tenth month, in the Year of our Lord two-thousand and eight, six ladies of high standing didst gather at a public establishment to share their meal at eventide. These ladies were called by the Latin, Chicas de Faith, for they were devout in their prayers and worship. The Chicas,…

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Do You Know?

Today I watched Living Proof and Why I Wore Lipstick to my Mastectomy – both movies about breast cancer. Both GREAT movies about breast cancer. A little hard to watch, but very hopeful and inspiring for different reasons. I’ll get into that in another post because they are worth telling you about. I don’t have…

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The Hotel Room

Tuesday I showed you the public areas of the Waldorf. Now here’s a little tour of our room. Our very own pretty little entry chandelier A too dark picture of the windows. I should have closed the blinds so you could see the incredible window treatments. The closet and the TV armoire with the snack…

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Guess That Song

I’ll get back to NYC and the Chicas later, but first I have this. Guess what song I was singing in the shower this morning! Go ahead. Guess! I’ll wait. *** Good guesses, but no. There’s just no way in the world you’ll guess it. But I’ll give you a hundred more tries. 1. No.…

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Welcome to the Waldorf Astoria

I didn’t take my camera to NYC with me because it’s so big and bulky, but Katie had hers and we both have camera phones. So these aren’t the best pictures ever, but they’re good enough to give you a decent idea of our weekend. This post will be pictures of the public spaces of…

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Book Review: Belly of the Whale by Linda Merlino

A month or so ago several breast cancer survivors, including myself, were asked to review Belly of the Whale by new author, Linda Merlino. Never one to turn away a free book, I eagerly agreed. Upon reading the book, however, I realized my perspective as a breast cancer survivor may have skewed my opinion. Hudson…

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