"the" Mrs. Astor

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Defying Gravity

Something has changed within me; something is not the same...it's time to trust my instincts... Never, ever have I been so close to assuredness, so close to love--true love. I'm defying gravity for once, thinking of what we will do together in 2008--a far step from thinking of what I am doing this weekend only. We are thinking of what we will do together in 2008, so when I see a photo of Leopoldo with my best friend, Jeremy, I smile and swell with happiness at knowing and having such people close to me. I am, indeed, blessed.


At 12:41 AM, Blogger Jeremiah Andrews said...

When the time is right you will know what to do next. Take hold this feeling and protect it. Hold it close to you and remember it, you never know when you will need to use it.

I guess the next thing to do is register a pattern at the Pottery Barn and Tiffany's!!!


At 11:00 AM, Blogger Countess Bedelia said...

"I hope you're happy in the end,
I hope you're happy, my friend."

L'amour! L'amour! Tres enchante'

At 3:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

FYI - not related to this beautiful blog entry - but I know you are involved in helping out Matti - My boss, who is a registered Miami Beach voter, received this email - thought you'd be interested. Roberto desde North Bay Village
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Past Secretary General Of World Jewish Congress Denounces Simon Cruz's Use Of Religious Symbols For Political Gain

As the recently retired Secretary General of the World Jewish Congress, I am writing to denounce the use of themes or symbols of importance to the Jewish community in the Miami Beach Mayor’s race. In a flier paid for and approved by the Simon Cruz campaign that was sent out to Jewish voters, an image of Miami Beach’s Holocaust Memorial is accompanied by a message that suggests that Commissioner Matti Bower does not support funding for this memorial. The official city record reveals that Commissioner Bower voted with the entire Commission, including Commissioner Cruz, to support funding the Holocaust Memorial and that Cruz’s allegation is misleading and inappropriate.

The Holocaust Memorial reminds us all of a dark and painful history that is especially emotional to the Jewish community. To this day, Jews around the world continue to face challenges to their security and existence. Manipulating issues that are so sensitive in an inflammatory and intentionally misleading way has no place in this election. The plight of the Jewish people should not be used to advance any candidate’s political agenda.

I urge all citizens of Miami Beach to reject these religious baiting tactics. They are offensive and have no place in a city as diverse and harmonious as Miami Beach.

Stephen E. Herbits
Miami, Florida

At 9:04 PM, Anonymous mikevil said...

I'm getting a toothache.

Joking darling! I'm just happy to see you so much in love.

Who cares if you've put on a bit of weight. As long as you are happy.


At 6:38 PM, Blogger Showtune said...

it all comes down to showtunes, doesn't it?!?!

At 9:43 AM, Blogger "the" Mrs. Astor said...

Mikevil, I'll have you know I haven't been this trimmed down in 20 years. (I know the tricks to keeping a man. That and many, many more.)


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