Tag: Bosie

  • Dear Dad,

    I can’t believe it’s been five years and three days since you died. Five years. So much has happened that you’ve missed, much of it things you told me you knew you were going to miss. You were like an oracle in that hospital bed, pointing at the television, telling me my name was going […]

  • sushikulous.


    It’s been exactly one year since I last blogged from this free-wireless/sushi bar inside the airport, and once again I’m in love. But this time, I’ve got a MacBook. Why is it so hard to find free wireless in an airport? Why is JFK the only airport that truly loves you?

  • sisters.


    i lost about fifty pictures i took on this trip (which seems to happen whenever I take pictures of my relatives), so of course this is one of the few that remained. but, you know, it’s probably the most appropriate. Q: Why do I hear “Smack That” blasting from the street outside the house? A: […]

  • Come On, Jet Blue.

    Come On, Jet Blue.

    This is ridiculous. I’m now sitting in the JFK airport, with free wireless, having a glass of wine and sushi as I wait for my flight to start boarding. You must know: 1. I normally would never do this. 2. But this is my vacation, and I told myself I’d do things I normally wouldn’t do. […]

  • Meet New York Pam.

    Leaving Los Angeles, I got a few tips on surviving New York during the holidays. I was told: 1. I’d need heavy clothes. An enormous coat I didn’t own. Lots and lots of layers and sweaters and basically I’d need to go buy a new wardrobe and a huge suitcase to put it all in. […]

  • something i will never forget

    I spent almost twenty-four hours with my sister this weekend. We never do this. We’ve never done anything like this. My sister has lived up north for almost a year, a two hour train ride to Grand Central. She’s never been to New York before. This time I was making sure she got to see […]

  • an actual holiday weekend

    This is the closest I’ve come to work in five days. The last time I took a break from work for more than part of a day… I think was my honeymoon. My honeymoon was also the last time I read a whole book in a day. Which since yesterday? I did. I missed the […]