shyly emerging from beneath the cloak of anonymity.

gosh.

so.

well.

two pieces of news –

1. we bought some sparkly shoes for our new life post-corporate America – surely perfect for the Other Coast in 2013, non?

aren’t they utterly delicious?

and we decided it was time (post-corporate America and indeed in good and timely order for our literary agent to Take our lovely book to market) to emerge from beneath the cloak of anonymity – just for a sweet second.

so.

well.

there will be a better headshot soon (this one, we Have to admit, was taken 6 years ago upon entering NYC and the skyscraper-world and has not taken into account the amount of stress, tumors, surgery and, ahem, cake-eaten-since)

and here’s the bio.

there’s even a whole Other Site.

and now we won’t be mentioning it again.

because it’s not the one in the picture doing the writing – as everyone knows (she’s merely the vessel, the typist) – the words are Most Definitely coming from ME, darlings.

no matter what She says ;-)

9 thoughts on “shyly emerging from beneath the cloak of anonymity.

  1. How beautiful – inside & out!

    The glass house is less sparkly and cool now, but very happy to see the shine has gone with you.
    Love the shoes. xo

    1. helloooooo!

      that was from us.

      she’s over in the other room answering her own comments on her own blog (and she doesn’t have any because it’s Not That Sort of a Site, apparently ;-)

      ha!

      lovely, D – waving back.

    1. we have to answer because we refuse to let the former-corporate-executive respond on OUR blog.

      she has her own site.

      lovely to hear from you dear Michael.

      plus we knew you first.

      ;-)

      waving from soho.

      _tg xx

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