Tag Archives: privacy
My sister, brother and I are all in our early 60s. My question is about cellphone etiquette. Today my sister called me from her car (which is the topic of a whole other subject – that is, people who can’t … Continue reading
“I would never fill my living room with family photographs. Framed snapshots go in your more private spaces.” —Wesley Moon, founder of Wesley Moon Inc.
Ticket stubs, foreign coins. Life’s ephemera tossed into a box. After my husband, Kevin, died of cancer at 49, I packed it away on a shelf, unopened. Now, a decade later, it was time to look. I didn’t expect to … Continue reading
A friend of mine was recently diagnosed with ovarian cancer. The problem: She hasn’t told me. (I overheard her husband talking about it: Her illness was discovered during routine medical tests. She was having a hard time getting pregnant — … Continue reading
Because I grew up in such tight spaces, I don’t get manicures, pedicures, I’m not into cars, but I am into a fabulous house. – Viola Davis