Old Family Recipe

Wally   August 29, 2015   No Comments on Old Family Recipe

When one gets older the concept of cooking comes much more easily. Like life, much of developing one’s cooking ability comes with a bit of “in the field” experience and a great degree of common sense. Common sense is a learned trait though, as this story will confirm… I went to a small college in Western Pennsylvania. Quite a venture… Read more »

Who’s your Daddy?

Wally   June 14, 2014   1 Comment on Who’s your Daddy?

“I don’t know what’s more exhausting about parenting: the getting up early, or acting like you know what you’re doing.” ― Jim Gaffigan, from his book, Dad Is Fat With Father’s Day upon us, it seemed appropriate to have a Father’s Day post.  Aside from Jim Gaffigan’s musings on fatherhood, I’m inspired also by Jimmy Fallon who tweeted this week… Read more »

Blog Jam!

Wally   June 7, 2014   No Comments on Blog Jam!

Hi everybody, my name is WallyWord…I’m a blogging addict, and it’s been seven months since my last post. Impressive as it may be to give something up for seven months; this particular stay of addiction isn’t encouraging.  With a job which takes me daily to the bottom of Manhattan and is a time-eating large commute – looking at the computer… Read more »

Subway Serious – railing on the hottest ride in town

  With the good fortune of recently being hired by a well-known company to work at their corporate offices in NYC downtown, I’ve been re-introduced to a form of transportation used by thousands daily. The NYC Subway. I’ve commuted to NYC for most of my 30+ years in the workforce; this is the first time that it’s been necessary for… Read more »

Keep on Truckin’

Wally   September 7, 2013   1 Comment on Keep on Truckin’

There’s an old saying which is that “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” Those that know this author well know that I’ve always been a chowhound; but that label and the above statement have been even truer for me over the last several weeks. I’ve recently started working for a large global company based in downtown… Read more »

The End of the Affair 2013

They say most blogs are disguised personal therapy….if that’s so, then I’m happy to have this blog to carry me through a recent big life change! Well, you knew it had to happen. Sometimes even the most longstanding relationships eventually come to an end.  After spending years together, you think you know each other, get comfortable in a routine, and… Read more »

Hudson’s View; Our Animal Farm…it’s not Orwellian, but the revolution is here

Sorry, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted.  I get started on something and my claws don’t work really well on the keyboard. Actually waiting for a voice-activated technology to help me, but afraid all my posts will just end up saying Woof, Woof. My column is called Hudson’s View, and I aside from my naturally cynical nature, the fact is… Read more »

My first Yankee Game – June 8, 1967

Amazing what your mind will remember. Can’t remember the name of the person I met 15 minutes ago at a cocktail party, but somehow remember my kindergarten classroom and teacher like it was yesterday.  We’ve all been there and I’m sure there’s a medical term for this which I really don’t need to know about right now – as I’ll… Read more »