When I was in college in the late 80s I was obsessed with a few things: my sorority (I bled wine and silver blue and rarely wore anything without an arrow or the Pi Beta Phi letters on it from 1987 – 1989); the bagel sandwiches from College Street Deli that I could rarely afford […]

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  • Mindy - I love reading your posts, never watched 30 something, but you make me want to rewatch. : )ReplyCancel

    • Michelle - Thank you!! It’s always shocking to me when I learn people actually read them, so I appreciate you taking the time to comment! Thirtysomething was like one of the first ensemble shows of a group of friends I ever watched, so I think that — plus the time in my life I was hooked — was the big reason I fell in love with it!ReplyCancel

I know it sounds cliché but I’m having a hard time grasping that in matter of hours it will be the year 2020. Where are the flying cars? Where is my robot maid? Sure, I carry a tiny computer in my purse that connects me to anyone anywhere (although rarely by voice), instantly answers any […]

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  • Nina - This is an amazing review of a decade! SO SO SO happy you found our writing group.ReplyCancel

    • Michelle - Well, I may have taken that exercise a bit too far (ha) but thank you!! And thank you for welcoming me and including me — I feel fortunate to be surrounded by so much passion and support! 🙂ReplyCancel

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