Washington D.C. never seems to sleep. It’s overrun by tourists, politicians, and diplomats from around the world. While it has a very public side, I’ve been privileged to be invited into places the average person never gets to see. So whether it’s a private play at the Italian Embassy, dinner […]
This is why I love Heather Balog so much. Her words are for the 9 year olds in all of us.
My dear friend Sharon wrote a tribute to our late, mutual friend , Karen below. It’s one year since Karen passed from a horrible disease, but her incredible spirit lingers on thanks to Sharon. Karen, we’ll never forget you!
Several of my friends are donating parting of their sales to worthy charities this year. Krista Hall below, details many of them in her wonderful post. I also wanted to do a shout out to my friend, author Susan O’Brien, who also donates a part of the proceeds from […]
Wishing all my readers a Happy Thanksgiving!
Help celebrate Carey Baldwin’s fantastic new release, Judgment, and you might win a wonderful massage!
Heather Ashby is donating proceeds from her book to a great charity. Keep reading to hear about it and her wonderful novel, Never Forget.
The scruffy man approached me on a Manhattan street with a fan of tickets in his hand. “Would you like to see a free show?” he asked. “Uh, no.” It was 1989 and when men in the Times Square section of NY asked you that kind of question they invariably meant […]
A great Memorial Day tribute by my blog mate to our Air Force Special Ops guys!
Look at the hunky male who showed up at my friend Cecily’s house. Can you imagine being able to look at this handsome fellow all day?
Here in Washington, D.C. , we’re all a little panda-crazy. There’s no better news on a cold winter day than the emergence of a new panda cub. In this blog post, my dear friend, Cecily Nabors, recounts her trip to the National Zoo to see the newest addition […]
Allison Leotta is a former federal sex crimes prosecutor. That brings to mind a stereotypical image of a hardened woman, more male than female, tough enough to toe it with the big boys, and able to stomp down on the revulsion most of us would feel when confronted […]
My dear friend, Cecily, wrote this lovely piece about what makes it spring. With the weather here in the DC area having gone from summer temperatures, to snow, to light jacket weather, to frost this morning, I really needed a refresher on how to spot it. Thanks, Cecily, […]