You may have read this list elsewhere. However, this is an edited version with new! exciting! items. OK?
Some things are hard to explain to Kenyan teenagers.
- The subway
- A dog as a pet versus one who herds cows, goats and sheep
- A dog wearing a coat made for a dog
- Snow (which is how I ended up showing them the picture above in the first place)
- Why I have pictures of food in my phone
- Being child-less and husband-less
- Not living with my parents (which is where Kenyan singles live)
- Being an only child – polygamy is the norm, as are large families
- Same-sex marriage
You might get it back in
March April NYC is expecting another 4-6 inches of snow overnight. Continue reading
As much as I love New York and am still ecstatic to be living here again, I’d be lying if I said it’s a hard place to dwell sometimes.
On a rainy day when something has gone wrong with the subway, and there are no cabs to be found, crying seems like a perfectly appropriate response.
But we deal. And sometimes buy ourselves bodega flowers.
Spotted at the Upper West Side location of Gracious Home.
So soon after Sandy, THIS.
The forecast called for non-accumulating snow in NYC (or so I thought).
I normally enjoy some snow, but now I’d just like to get back to normal.
Update: Beard product proliferation on Etsy, complete.
In December, I read about BurlyBeard.com in InStyle’s gift guide. I knew I was too late for Christmas but thought one of the kid-sized hats would make a terrific gift for a kiddo I know who is experiencing his first cold winter. I’ll be giving him one of these soon:
Fab.com sent a newsletter recently touting Beardo as the “only bearded beanie.” It’s not true (and I prefer the BurlyBeard style), but as the saying goes, your mileage may vary.