I live in Times Square. You should all know that by now because I wont shut up about it. Most times I feel like Dorothy in Oz, because TSQ is full of strange and interesting characters. It is also very safe, for all intents and purposes. There are cops and cameras all over my little … Continue reading Living in the Cross hairs
Every year on the Wednesday before Memorial Day I wear my blue wrap dress that has a print of different colored sailboats on it. It's the only time I wear that dress, because on that day, come rain or shine, the streets of New York City get flooded with seamen. It's the kickoff to FLEET … Continue reading The Most Wonderful Time of the Year!
One of the best things about living in NYC is that the stars live among us. Unlike Hollywood, you can always spot a celebrity walking their dog, riding the Citi Bikes, getting coffee, walking in Central Park, riding the train and shopping at Whole Foods (all of them). Celebrities love New York because New Yorkers don’t generally Star F#$%, … Continue reading My Quest for Love
I have seen a lot of the world, and most of it I’ve seen on a cruise ship. If you’ve never cruised, know that it’s the most bang for your buck if you want to see multiple cities and/or countries. Yes, you only get a day or sometimes only a half a day in each … Continue reading Cruise Control
As you all know, I'm a bit of a jaded New Yorker. I act as if I've seen and done it all, but in reality, there are a few things I have yet to experience in my fair city. Macy's Thanksgiving day Parade balloon inflation station. The day before the parade that kicks off the … Continue reading My New York City Bucket List
As a native Manhattanite I tend to be on the snobbier side. There, I admitted it. I can’t help it; I live in the epicenter of the universe, in my not so humble opinion. Yes, New York City is made up of five wonderful boroughs, but THE CITY is Manhattan. Before the great mistake of … Continue reading Ode To The Staten Island Ferry
When I landed at JFK many moons ago as a little girl from Dominican Republic my cousin Mario picked us up in a checkered cab he drove. WOW! I had never seen a car like that in my short 7 years on this earth and was instantly smitten by the small drop down seat on … Continue reading Taxicab Reflections
Hear that holiday music? It's time for some more holiday cheer! Take a walk with me so you don't get lost in the crowd!