Posts Tagged: New York writer

Tea-d Off

I’ve tried to adapt. Change is good. It keeps things fresh, they say. Minty fresh, in fact. A couple of months ago I was forced to accept that my favorite hot beverage at Starbucks, Tazo Zen tea, a refreshing blend

Tea-d Off

I’ve tried to adapt. Change is good. It keeps things fresh, they say. Minty fresh, in fact. A couple of months ago I was forced to accept that my favorite hot beverage at Starbucks, Tazo Zen tea, a refreshing blend

Writer’s Corner

I woke up in a funk. Not the seventies soulful, paisley-patterned, psychedelic kind but a restless, mean spirited, pouty kind. There was a mist hanging over the city and I thought disappearing into it might help dispel the one over

Writer’s Corner

I woke up in a funk. Not the seventies soulful, paisley-patterned, psychedelic kind but a restless, mean spirited, pouty kind. There was a mist hanging over the city and I thought disappearing into it might help dispel the one over