I recently attended a wedding reception here in Paris. A friend had tied the knot with his new love at the 4th arrondissement’s mayor’s office in a simple, charming civil ceremony. The reception was held at a local art gallery, owned by another friend. It was a joyful, fun afternoon filled with laughter, tears, joy, … More The Steering Committee
One of our long-time readers, “Mary Louise Case”, offers another insightful missive on the importance of reading, thinking, and having something interesting to say. Thank you, MLC. The photo of Quentin Crisp is by Ross Bennett Lewis. Enjoy… Wit: The weapon of weapons Years ago, I watched broadcast of several spliced interviews with Quentin Crisp … More Old Money: In Their Own Words
It was Senior week at my small-city university when I asked a very dashing fellow classmate why he was heading to medical school in the Fall. After all, wasn’t that basically like starting school all over again? We had just finished 4 years as undergraduates! When I pressed him to find if there were any … More Old Money: In Their Own Words
Your response to the release of my latest book, “Old Money, New Woman: How To Manage Your Money and Your Life” has been heartwarming and inspiring. Thank you. I hope you all find the book a great read. I’m always honored and often humbled when I receive notes from readers who not only enjoy my … More Old Money, New Woman: Appreciation
I’m proud to announce that “Old Money, New Woman: How To Manage Your Money and Your Life” is now available for pre-order through Amazon for a February 1 delivery date. Thank you for your patience. The book took much longer than expected to complete, but, it turned out to be some much more than I … More Old Money, New Woman…Now Available!