March 8, 2017 Dear Franco, Having you as my son has been my ultimate achievement. You are the love of my life. Today is International Women’s Day, but this is not a good time to be a woman. I find it extremely depressing when the most qualified candidate (Hillary Clinton) can’t become the President of the
I voted for George W. Bush. Back then, I was a registered Republican, but also I couldn’t stand Al Bore. Yawn! Per Wikipedia: Bush was both one of the most popular and unpopular presidents in history, having received the highest recorded presidential approval ratings in the wake of the September 11 attacks, as well as
It’s Ash Wednesday, y’all, which is the start of the Catholic Lenten season (40+ days before Easter). When I hear that people are giving up chocolate or ice-cream, it reminds me of when I was a Catholic school kid wearing a uniform and how I used to give up those things. Totally trivial and elementary.
Through his employer, Dean was able to score us passes to the Pebble Beach Pro-Am tournament this past weekend. It was really nice and the weather couldn’t be better. It’s seriously where the 1% hang out, which I never feel 100% comfortable in. Bill Murray was there and Justin Timberlake and my girl Condi Rice!
I attended the sold-out Watermark Conference for Women #WatermarkConf yesterday as a media correspondent and feel completely inspired along with 6,500 attendees. I don’t go to conferences often, but when I do, I always get something out of it. Especially given the political climate, I encourage you to seek out meetups, events, conferences or any