I remember reading it when I was in my 20s and just starting out in the “real world.” It was recommended to me by a professor who believed that this book should be required reading for every college student. He was right. (more…)
Archive for October, 2011
Tomorrow morning, I’ll put on my sneakers–as I do every-other-day–take Gunther the Wonder Dog, and walk my youngest daughter to school . . . about 1/2 mile away from home.
Then, I’ll go to Central Park and . . . run.
Except, this time will be different than any other run I’ve ever been on in my entire life, including the one and only time I ran in the NYC Marathon, in 2003.
I’m running 29 miles. (more…)
That’s Gigi Schilling.
I had the good fortune to “meet” her on Facebook last year, shortly after my book was out and my publisher was hollering at me to start a FB page.
I did. I doubt either Gigi or I could remember who “friended” who . . . but by April 2010, we were clicking the “like” button on each others comments. (more…)