I was finishing up my cheese omelet when I saw a distinguished figure part a cluster of waiters like Moses the Red Sea and make his way toward the back of the restuarant where I was sitting.
It was during the final days of his term, but I was still shocked to see Mayor Bloomberg at my local diner and arriving for a breakfast meeting no less. Isn’t that what Gracie Mansion for?
Caught up in the day-to-day details of job, clients, bills, it’s easy to overlook the abundance of good things in my life. So, today being Thanksgiving, I share a short list of things I’m grateful for. Big or small, I’d love to hear some of yours.
My job. Better yet, I got one that allows me to work from home two days.
My daughter. I had an unexpected pregnancy, so motherhood was a notion I had dismissed. Little did I know that one person could make me laugh so hard.