Monthly Archives: May 2011

Gal Pals Michele and Kelly

These are two of my Bay Area friends. Lucy and Ethel or rather Michele and Kelly. They’re hilarious. When we get together, my sides tend to hurt. We try to make an annual pilgrimage to … Read More

Let Summer Begin

I’m ready for summer. It’s been a long winter for many of you, a rough spring for others, and so I think it’s time to kick off summer, even though it’s not technically here. Who’s … Read More

The Calm Before

This is from last summer when I was at my sister-in-law and brother-in-law’s house on Culver Lake in New Jersey. Every time I’m there I feel like I’m in a scene from the movie Breaking … Read More

Because The Night

This picture is bittersweet for me. It was September 2009, and I was in Florence with my sister and two friends. We were having a great time. No, an amazing time. We were staying in … Read More

Hop On

I went to Italy last year and spent a fair amount of time in Florence. I walked around each day for hours, taking snaps to my heart’s delight. I love this picture, even right down … Read More

Kate Lauer: Lawyer, Mother, Friend

This is Kate. I’ve known her since she was 12, and I was 13. Kate grew up in Wilton and went to Wilton High, which is where we met. She’s pretty impressive. Actually, very impressive, … Read More

Yes, Please

I lived in Paris during my junior year in college, and though I left Paris thinking I’d never have food that tasted as good, I’ve found many an outlet, especially here in San Francisco. And … Read More

Army Men in Transit

I love this picture for so many reasons. There was something about these four guys sitting there in uniform, in uniform order, all clasping their smartphones and glued to their screens. The place was Atlanta’s … Read More

Golden Gate Swim and Tennis Club

I’m a pool person. I like to know what I’m swimming in. That doesn’t mean I don’t like oceans, but I like knowing that nothing creepy crawly is going to nip at my feet. This … Read More

DC in Spring

I went to DC and the conditions weren’t ideal. The sky was gray, it rained, and I was short on time. But I was able to snap a few before the skies opened. The skies … Read More