New York, New York Day Two: Drama and Peril In The Big Apple

  I stood there. My heart pumped loudly in my chest and I wasn’t sure if I was still alive. Sometimes one isn’t. People raced around, dodging the tall girl with the mildly disturbing glasses as she stood staring up at the huge faces of Sara Bareilles and Elphaba The Wicked Witch. I had arrived in Times Square. When one is very much extraordinarily excited … Continue reading New York, New York Day Two: Drama and Peril In The Big Apple

In Pursuit of Class

  Classiness. Sometimes when I get kind of insecure in social situations I close my eyes and I can sort of hear Carol Channing, Elizabeth Taylor, and Barbra Streisand hissing, “Class it up, honey.” I know that sounds weird. I have, since the age of 15,  been on a quest to achieve the epitome of classiness, whatever the heck that consists of. Sadly I have not always been on this quest. When I was a young chit … Continue reading In Pursuit of Class