Saturday, sometime after 3pm, Team Got Lost completed the 1st running of Reach the Beach New Jersey in 29:50:10. We were one of 35 teams to cross the finish line. RTB NJ is the smallest in terms of number of teams running as RTB MA has close to 200 and RTB NH over 450 teams participating. … Continue reading
I run relay races. The kind where 12 runners cover 200 miles in 24 hours, or in my team’s case more like 30-ish. I’ve done Ragnar but my hands-down favorite is the Reach the Beach series not only because we start at a mountain and run to the beach but also the organizers are awesome people … Continue reading
This is what happened when when I was left alone while my friend put her 3 year old to bed. There was also some coloring involved. Guess what it is!?!
I wrestled long and hard about today’s post. It’s September 11, 2012. Eleven years have passed and yet the day remains quite clear in my mind. As a New Yorker and one who was here before-during-after, I wrestle with it all. The right way to answer people’s (to me) prying questions, seeing tourists scooping up … Continue reading
Late last night as I was heading toward the subway on the way home from a very long day at work, I noticed two homeless people had set up their home for the night by the entrance. They were both elderly and one of them was washing the other with baby wipes while chatting away … Continue reading
A couple of months ago a friend mentioned she’d started blogging and was using Seinfeld’s productivity tip of “don’t break the chain” to help her create a writing habit. It’s simple – every year, in January, Seinfeld hangs a large year-at-a-glance calendar on his wall and for each day he writes he “X”s over that day. … Continue reading
Summertime brings crab boils to NYC. Tables covered in newspaper, fingers for utensils and mountains of crabs to pick through plus communal seating make for fun nights. Of course, when you’re like me and will talk to anyone it’s even more fun. Recently, my friend Jeff invited me to join him for a crab boil … Continue reading
I spent my Friday night with my best friend and her daughter and it was awesome. Getting to catch up with my bestie, enjoy play-do popcorn and watch her daughter feed ‘Robot’ as she’s taken to calling their cat was just what I needed after a long work week. We enjoyed a bottle of wine … Continue reading
Last September my friends and I decided it was time to delve deeper into our passion for wine and make our own so twelve of us bought into a half barrel production at the Brooklyn Winery. We decided to a California Pinot Noir* and as luck would have it, the other half of the barrel … Continue reading
Tonight we’re bottling Pinotsaurus Rex (c) 2011. My wine. Made with friends at Brooklyn Winery. More tomorrow.