We lived in a nice house, but it was also a nosh house. For those not of the tribe – or living in parts not exposed to nibblers of the yiddish persuasion– a nosh is a snack. A little something. A tidbit, if you will. Elaine, for a skinny woman, was a serial nosher. She had the […]
And lower your blood pressure! You mean to tell me I just did an 8 month med roller coaster only to find out that I could have just been eating pistachio nuts? (unsalted, of course). Somehow I think Elaine cut this out because she was such a lover of pistachios. How many people do you […]
I always knew she was an amazing friend, and cherished all of her friendships both old and new. But I never realized how much time she spent thinking about these relationships. I love this one, underlines and all, about men and friendships. Not sure of the source but there was a date of August 2009 […]
This page is so very special to me because I know that aging was something Elaine struggled with often. She could never get used to its limitations; she often felt her body was betraying her. Or at the very least it got in the way of what she wanted to do. Sadly, this inability to understand […]
If ever a statement were pure Elaine! She lived for that garden. Later in life it was her reason to get up in the morning. It grounded her. She inherited that from her dad and passed it on to both my brother and I. I now have that little sign in my garden, and the […]
It is hard to believe, but not if you knew Elaine, that she would have this biblical clipping in the very same volume as expired make-up… but she did. The best part about this item is that the next page had three clippings titled: “Move your pills”, “Temporary fixes for dental problems” and “Brush and […]
From the soon to be famous book “Important Articles 2007″. This gem of a volume has everything under the sun in it. I have a friend or two who will be horrified at this thought. Funny thing was she was always complaining she needed to clean out her makeup because everything was old. Germy? Yikes.