Neil Kramer explores friendship, love, and sex, and the dangerous art of writing about it.
He lives in NYC. He can be contacted at neilochka on yahoo.
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Tag Archives: mothers
I’m eating some chicken soup my mother made (yes, true!) while reading an article online, when I decide to ask my mother the big question that will finally decide the course of Western history. Me: Mom, are you a feminist? … Continue reading
A movie version of my “Jersey Boys” post from December, starring me and my mother.
One of the first rules every writer learns is that a good character does not speak “on the nose.” When a person says something verbally, the true message and emotion can be quite different from what the person says. I … Continue reading
For years, I have been jealous of the power of the mothers online. Why do they get all the attention and freebies? I’m a competive person, and I’ve been scratching my head for months, trying to come up with some … Continue reading
Have you noticed that I have gone from writing about Sophia every day on my blog to writing my mother? Does this mean that my existence completely revolves around the woman I happen to be sharing my space with at … Continue reading
Hi, my name is ACG. My blog is Anonymous City Girl. I live in Philadelphia. On Sunday, I had plans to come into New York. I had a brunch date with some guy I met on Jdate. I wanted to … Continue reading
(typical mommyblogger) “God couldn’t be everywhere, so he created mothers” – Jewish proverb
Email this morning: Subject: Call Me! From: Elaine Kramer Call me when you get up. Want to know how you feel. Are you still coughing and sneezing? Are you taking any medicine? I worry about you. My direct phone number … Continue reading
The bad thing about having insecurities is that you always looking at the external world, comparing yourself to others. Today I skipped all blog posts that were about romantic Valentine’s Days. Was I happy for these lucky bloggers and … Continue reading