Coupons? Are you kidding me?
I’d always hated the things, so I never used them. For anything. Even in my sofa coins and generic frank ‘n bean days, I couldn’t do it. I’d rather go hungry (and Lord knows I did) than risk being judged as “cheap” by some anonymous cashier. A nosy neighbor seeing me use a coupon to save a quarter on dental floss? Imagine the horror. I carry 20 percent off Macy’s coupons in my wallet knowing full well I lack the will to use them.Read Full Article »
I was getting a ride from one of the country’s great resorts, The Homestead in Hot Springs, VA, to the airport in Roanoke, 70 miles away. Any time I’m at The Homestead, I always ask the driver to go the scenic way to and from Roanoke -- a very twisty, treacherous run through the mountains -- because the views are spectacular.Read Full Article »
Sitting backstage at the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon, grabbing a little lunch (plus all the performers were back there, so it’s a revolving door of celebrities). John Tesh and his wife, Connie Selleca (sproing!) sit down at the table with me, and they’re very gracious, polite and unfairly good-looking. Then, like something out of a movie, Liza Minelli comes bounding over to our table, complete with the scarf/boa around her neck to say hello (uh, not to me, at least not at first).Read Full Article »
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