Knowing when to leave the stage, the show, the job, the relationship, or the dictatorship (we’re talking about you, Saddam and Assad), may be one of the hardest things we have to do as we age. You don’t want to leave too soon. Worse, you don’t want...Read More»
They say you will turn into your mother. At the very least, you share her genetics, she carried you for nine months and, for those of you who were adopted, she spent at least 18 years instilling her values and habits. Face it, you’re slowly morphing...Read More»
I can’t remember another occasion when I started crying in the middle of an interview. It wasn’t a matter of being shocked – I knew the details of...Read More»
Second best, second place, second in line, silver medal, runner-up, next best: second, by definition, is not as good as first.
Except when it’s a...Read More»
Bruce Jenner has come out and gender blurring is in.
I’m glad Jenner had the courage and the guts — I briefly considered another body part but...Read More»
Researchers at Michigan State University advise us that settling for ‘Mr. Right Now’ is the evolutionary strategy humans prefer over waiting for...Read More»
I recently returned from a vacation in Portugal. While there, I noticed that older people who use canes get preferential...Read More»
Remember the song about how love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage?
Here’s an update: sex and dementia go together like a crime —...Read More»
How glad I am that Hillary has announced that she’s running and looks likely to be the next president of the United States.
I’m thrilled at the...Read More»
The photo in the New York Times of Candice Bergen looking pleasingly plump and comfortably zaftig — or, as she herself said, “fat” — made my day....Read More»
When I first heard about Knitting for Monarchs, a campaign that kicked off yesterday, I thought it was a great idea.
With the British Monarchy...Read More»