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Project Share Day 13: Lucky number 13

Project Share Day 13: Lucky number 13  My lucky number is 13. I've always loved this number it's magic and it brings me joy. Friday the 13th is always one of my favorite days and I look forward to it every time it occurs. It's just been lucky for me. I remember bringing in Hershey chocolate kisses for work one day on Friday the 13th. I'm ... Read more

Project Share Day 12: oh what a night!

Project Share Day 12: oh what a night! Anything can happen in New York City at any minute, anywhere. Tonight my friend Virna and I make our way to the West Village for dinner and drinks. She forgets her license, and they let her in anyway. The first bar is loud and we hardly hear each other over the music and talking. They don't have ... Read more

Project Share Day 11… Food allergies

Project Share Day 11… Food allergies Growing up I did not have food allergies. I love comfort food and my Mom is very good at making the healthy stuff (from scratch). Whole-wheat bread is a staple and skim milk and veggies are around all the time. Cereal is one of my favorite things and sugar had to be the fifth or more ingredient for my ... Read more

Project Share Day 10: Girl Scouts & the Gold Award

Project Share Day 10: Girl Scouts & the Gold Award           I was active in Girl Scouts for 11 years. It was Brownies to Girl Scouts. Living in Glen Rock NJ, Girl Scouts was a big part of my development. My friends and I would hang out and do activities to collect badges for our sashes. Activities including car maintenance, arts and crafts, selling cookies (I was ... Read more

Project Share Day 9: Vulnerability

Project Share Day 9: Vulnerability Oh vulnerability. It hurts sometimes and it is so vital to our existence. I don't like to look bad or weak. I don't like to mess up or do things wrong. I don't know how to do it any other way. Which doesn't work. I am really hard on myself. Judging and making myself wrong for things that don't need to be. ... Read more

Project Share Day 8: bad ass females

Project Share Day 8: bad ass females               I love kick ass female protagonists. Independent, self-sufficient women who take names. There is something about being a spy or detective, problem-solving at a moments notice, speaking multiple languages, cracking the code, getting the bad guys. It's a thrill to watch shows with strong female characters. It starts with Wonder Woman. A classic, Linda Carter, see-through airplane, self-aware visionary. ... Read more

Project Share Day 7: my favorite mutt

Project Share Day 7: my favorite mutt           The year was 1982, August 12th, a dog, hit by a car, was found on the side of the road. She was pregnant. My Mom's friend Annie was part of the rescue team who helped saved and nurse the 6 puppies. I was 7, my brother 4. As I walked into Annie's house, I could sense the love ... Read more

Project Share Day 6: New York City

Project Share Day 6: New York City My Dad was born in the Bronx. My Mom was born in the Bronx. I am a New Yorker. I've lived: Bronx, Westchester NY, Budd Lake NJ, Glen Rock NJ, Ithaca, London, Los Angeles (a few places, West Hollywood the longest), Astoria Queens, and I've been on the Upper West Side since 2009. NYC is my home. London, LA, and ... Read more

Project Share Day 5: my “point of view”

Project share Day 5: my "point of view" A few weekends ago, I participated in the Landmark Communications Course "Access to Power". I distinguished what they call a "point of view". A way of being that you create that's your perspective of how things occur. I realized at a young age I made up "I'm too much, and not enough". I'm not good enough. When I was ... Read more

Project Share Day 4: #worldphotographyday

Project Share Day 4: #worldphotographyday Photography is a hobby and love of mine. It started early and flourished at Ithaca College. I was a photo major plain and simple. I took Intro to Photo w/Steve Skopik Freshman year and I was hooked. I love entering the darkroom. I am sucked into the lab by the energy of the other students and professors. The smell of ... Read more
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