Snowed in in Nashville

So, Nashville is having the biggest snowstorm since we moved here. Yesterday it snowed all day, and this morning, everything is white. It's eerily quiet, and I have a slight claustrophobic feeling. Lots to do, but definitely homebound today. Who knows? Maybe I'll actually go out and play in it. Still can't believe I live... Continue Reading →

Plastic Surgery

Today I was at the hairdresser and I picked up a copy of the latest People. The cover story was about Heidi Montag, 23-year-old star of The Hills and her plastic surgery obsession. She had 10 surgeries in one day recently and admits to planning even more as she gets older. Her parents weren't told... Continue Reading →


Today was a Pilates workout. I started Pilates lessons two years ago not long after I moved to Nashville. It's something I always wanted to do but never had time. I love it! Pilates really changed the way my body looks and feels. I feel stronger and more flexible and I think I won't be... Continue Reading →


This past weekend was a whirlwind of volunteering at our synagogue. It was our intention when we moved to Nashville to get involved in the Jewish community as a way of making friends and connections in our new hometown. This community is quite a bit smaller than the one we left behind in L.A. so... Continue Reading →

At a crossroads

Well, after a little over two years in Nashville, we find ourselves at a crossroads.  In the next year-and-a-half, our youngest will be in college and we will have an empty nest.  Obviously this brings up lots of emotions and for me it's a very bittersweet time.  It's also a time of re-evaluating what we... Continue Reading →

Hockey Stories

Last night I went to the Nashville Predators hockey game.  This is a new sport for me since we moved here.  At first, I thought it would just be brutal, but I've come to appreciate the challenges of the game.  People skate on ice on thin blades chasing after a small round wooden puck not... Continue Reading →

Hello world!

Happy New Year to you all!  This is the beginning of a new experience for me.  I am embarking on research for a potential book I've been wanting to write for awhile.  During my career as a news reporter and host, I have interviewed dozens of fascinating people from around the world.  Some of the... Continue Reading →

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