Non-Profits: A Charity that Shoots Straight to the Heart

When I was working in television there were a handful of stories that I took great pride in telling. One of those stories was that of the Marella family. I met them as they were starting a foundation to raise awareness about and research dollars for a rare disease called Neimann-Pick type C. Their daughter… read more

My America

A beautiful image by my friend Clayton Sullivan On Memorial Day weekend I always take time to think a little about what it means to live in America. It’s a weekend full of classic American goodness. The time spent with family, barbecues, swimming, riding bikes, and parades – all luxuries of living in a land… read more

May: Links I Love

Loving this idea for a sweet little napkin ring. DIY for your next summer party! If I did this to my hair I just know my daughters would think I was the coolest mom EVER! These texts literally made me laugh out loud! I will never ever get annoyed by the previous generations inability to… read more

Threads of Friendship

There is nothing I like more than hearing from old friends who are busy following their dreams and doing cool and interesting things with their lives. I recently was reconnected with a friend from high school who has passionately been designing jewelry in recent years. It was such a pleasure hearing about how she has… read more

Third times a charm…

SHARE: It is with a heart full of joy that I share the news we are expecting our third baby. The little one should arrive next fall just in time for John’s birthday. The reality of it all is finally starting to settle into our home and we couldn’t be more excited. Sophie thinks it’s… read more

Recipe: Simple Roasted Chicken with Herbs

I recently read an article about how easy it is to cook a whole chicken in a slow cooker so I trotted off to the market and bought myself a chicken. Sadly I got home to realize the slow cooker is up at our house in VT. (Still there from the one and only time… read more

Pop Up Shopping: M.M. LaFleur

I can remember vividly the first suit I ever bought for my first job in finance. It was a skin-tight black crepe two-piece BeBe suit with an extra wide shawl collar and three-quarter length sleeves. Looking back – not my finest fashion hour. Fast forward 4 years and as an on-air reporter I owned 3… read more

Mother’s Day and Love

To all of you Mothers, Teachers, Surrogates, and Supporters – thank you for the work you do. Teaching, loving, and caring for others is the work that changes us most and matters more than anything and yet too often it is goes unnoticed and under-appreciated. I wonder, what would each day feel like if you… read more

Spring Social: The Wall Street Tennis Challenge!

The Wall Street Tennis Challenge is an excellent event that raises money and awareness for Ovarian Cancer Research. I have written about them in the past here. Ovarian cancer ┬áhas touched far too many women I know and love. I also know too many women who have tested positive for the BRCA gene. When you’ve… read more

The Best of the Met Gala 2014

Every now and then we all need a little fashion inspiration… The Met Gala has become synonymous with the most important fashion event of the year. The party – with it’s a-list attendees – kicks off the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s yearly Costume Institute exhibit. Emma Stone was amongst my favorites. Christy Turlington is always… read more