I’ve always known that 80% of life is showing up, so I knew I had to surprise my best childhood friend, Addie, at her son’s funeral in California. Our first grade teacher, Ms. Crisson, threatened to hit us if we were “tardy” which is probably why I’d asked Udin to pick me up at 1pm . . .
Wendy J. Sarasohn
Wendy J. Sarasohn brings her experience and success as a top producer for The Corcoran Group to Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales, the oldest and most prestigious residential real estate firm in New York City. Her consistent and enduring record as a top producer comes from working hard, knowing the market, and the intuitive, magical gift of sensing clients’ deep emotional needs. People don’t just want to find a place to live in New York. They want to fall hopelessly, helplessly in love with their home-to-be. Finding a realtor with an intuitive gift can make this most wonderful and incredible...
When I first saw the large portrait of the somewhat familiar looking attractive blonde woman from my corner office on Park Avenue and 56th Street, I briefly wondered who she was and what she was advertising. A day or two later there was an article in the New York Times about the giant photos of . . .
Our toothless guide in Udaipur took us to a palace that had too many stairs for Steve to comfortably climb and after a while one palace starts to look like another. I was more interested in hunting for my three gods as I’d placed enormous importance on purchasing them in India. We finally found them . . .