Today is Tom’s 35th birthday, though in practice, Tom is closer to 65. Continue reading “Thom’s Thursday Thoughts on Turning 35”
When I was 16, I went on a cleaning binge and threw away more than a couple volumes of diaries I’d kept since childhood (a moment of silence please).
I’ve been beating myself up ever since. Continue reading “Flashback Fridays: My First Xanga”
Back when the job was new and fresh, I got myself a gym membership. Continue reading “On Going to the Gym”
Yesterday, between the Union Square AT&T (where I picked up a new iPhone) and Mayson Kayser, where Tom and I stopped for a leisurely bite to eat, it occurred to me that New York – especially on a misty fall afternoon – was a magical place to be, and that my time here was limited. Continue reading “New York, Revisited from New York”
This is now the second longest I’ve ever held a job.
Before you get too excited and congratulate me for my overdue re-introduction to society as a productive member, let me just say, I’m only halfway there.* Continue reading “Thoughts After a Long Day at the Office”
I forget where I was going. Downtown to meet a friend at a cafe or to run an errand just to get myself out of the house. Somewhere. But the train was crowded with people in thick coats and I was already pushed up against one of the poles.
Continue reading “A New York Conversation”
I once thought I was dating a guy who was strangely prim yet chivalrous. Continue reading “Thom’s Thursday Thoughts on Musicals”
My furniture came in two separate shipments. Continue reading “Moving Into My Upper West Side Studio: A New York Memory”
A few months ago I started what seemed like the interminable task of uploading thousands of photos from my old Macbook to Google Drive. Continue reading “A Quiet Afternoon at the Lost Sock Department”