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Faithful readers may recall that last week I was traveling through the Scottish Highlands with my husband and his friend (Almost Elaine?, 9.1.11). When I got home, I looked up the Highlands on Wikipedia, and according to that highly reliable source, the area is “one of the most sparsely populated in Europe.  The average population… Read more »

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(written while watching the MSNBC Reagan Library Republican presidential candidate debate) An Ode to Underwear: Living Underwear. Sustainable Underwear. Can you live without Underwear? Dive under some Underwear. Down under Underwear. Organic Underwear. Rick Perry Underwear. Underwear on fire. Successful Underwear. Living the dream Underwear. I love underwear. Some people don’t have Underwear. Support Underwear… Read more »

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The DOE public health nurses Speech:  The power in sharing our stories which may lead to a resurgence in motivating others. On a sun filled Friday morning, my day began just as any other day would.  I ready myself for work and made my way into the city. The only difference of that day would… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: Let’s see… I met Edie on the train, we had a quick conversation and here we are two weeks later. That day, where were you off to? Edie: I was off to the Plaza Hotel. I’m going to be exhibiting my work there a few times a month in the salon,… Read more »

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New York City’s Extreme Weather: The City takes action was it overemphasized or acted upon appropriately? Early Friday morning, I had the pleasure of chatting with a friend who really informed of what a big deal Hurricane Irene could be.  Before talking with him I do not think I gave much thought to what a… Read more »