Dealing with lost luggage is an art. I don’t mean from the airline or baggage handler’s perspective. I mean from the point of view of the passenger. In fact, I have one particular passenger in mind. It was a day … Continue reading The Art of Lost Luggage
I have a friend who has reminded me consistently over the years to take care of myself. By that, he means not to get entangled with crazy people and their drama. He has succumbed to craziness himself, mainly because he … Continue reading The Fundamental of Self Care
After twenty years of teaching, I have discovered that students are afraid of two things: failure and imperfection. So, I remind them every chance I get that they will fail and are imperfect. It’s part of my classroom charm. I … Continue reading The Indispensable Ones
On Thanksgiving Day at about noon I stood at the Seventh Avenue station waiting for the D train. The parade had ended and many of the subway stations along the parade route were filled with people heading back home. The … Continue reading Blonde Hair and Ponytails
Paul Revere died this week at the age of 76, which is ironic since it recalls the year 1776. I don’t mean Paul Revere of “one if by land, two if by sea” fame, but Paul Revere the leader and … Continue reading Long Live Paul Revere!