Monthly Archives: August 2012

As Seen on the Beach – August 31

It was splendid yesterday at the beach. That golden fall sun is starting to glow, and for reasons I can’t fathom, folks have gotten tired of sitting by the shore. Not me, and evidently, not the woman a few hundred … Continue reading

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More Adventures in Buying Local – August 27

When I’m in New York City, buying local can be a little more of a chore. In the summer I get my tomatoes and other vegetables from Louis, and purposefully make the half-mile trek instead of going to the grocery … Continue reading

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One for me – August 20

It’s not like people don’t do good deeds for me, by the way. It happens all the time. Tonight was an example of something small that made me smile all the way home. You just have to pay attention. It … Continue reading

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196 Bags – August 16

Maybe you know, maybe you don’t, but the Irish hate change. Yes, it’s a grand generalization, but you know what I mean: men want their corned beef made the way their mother made it; I don’t like to move my … Continue reading

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Hello, Redbook! – August 14

Today, as we head towards publication of ONE GOOD DEED, the book (two weeks, but who’s counting?), our friends at Redbook magazine featured OGD in their September issue. But that ain’t all! I’m thrilled to announce that Redbook is joining … Continue reading

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Sending Some Love – August 10

I know a guy — actually, I’ve only met him once, but he is a journalist who I admire — but I follow him on Facebook, because I like him, and what he has to say. Last night, Itay wrote … Continue reading

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Lifting Up – August 4

Once again, so small a good deed, but oh boy, did I get a kick out of it. I was at the movie theater, stopping by the bathroom before I headed home. Outside, there was an adorable little girl of … Continue reading

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