Partners, Friends for Life

Partners, Friends for Life

  I am often reminded of all of the sacrifice and pain that comes with this noble profession of policing I am lucky enough to be part of. I am also reminded of all of the inspiration and gifts that have come into my life because of the choice I made 40...

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JOEY’S ONE YEAR BIRTHDAY

JOEY’S ONE YEAR BIRTHDAY

So today was Joseph Fox the third’s 1-year birthday party. I’d like to share an idea that someone suggested to me years ago. When Lia was born and then when Joey was born I created secret email accounts just for them. I occasionally send photos, videos...

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Choices
Choices?

Choices?

Hello everyone. I love this cartoon above. It portrays such a vivid image of the power of our choices. I think many people would look at this cartoon and say, "Sure, I have choices." But how often do we practice making that choice? And let's think on that a bit....

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And now I am a Mom.

And now I am a Mom.

We all remember the brutal and senseless assassination of NYPD Detectives Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos on December 20, 2014. We have since learned of the amazing forethought Sanny Liu had while in the state of shock she was in at the hospital that day. On July 25,...

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Uncle Louie

Uncle Louie

Today we celebrated my uncle Louie Schlifstein‘s 106th birthday. Louie is not a blood relative but my sisters and I grew up calling him “Uncle Louie.” Louie was an NYPD sergeant and he retired in 1962. My father, a 71 Precinct cop from 1943 to 1966, often had his...

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Legacy

Legacy

What is our true legacy?   I love taking scenic photos. I’ve been lucky enough to get some nice shots over the years, but one of my favorite photos I've ever taken is one that has very little scenic value, but brings me to an analogy that is profound for me....

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Where It Began

Where It Began

So this is where it all began, for me. I grew up in Old Mill Basin, 5306 Avenue L. I happen to be in the area yesterday so I decided to take this photo. It evoke a number of memories, of course. One I would like to share is when I was about six years old my father...

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Partners, Friends for Life

Partners, Friends for Life

  I am often reminded of all of the sacrifice and pain that comes with this noble profession of policing I am lucky enough to be part of. I am also reminded of all of the inspiration and gifts that have come into my life because of the choice I made 40...

Read More
JOEY’S ONE YEAR BIRTHDAY

JOEY’S ONE YEAR BIRTHDAY

So today was Joseph Fox the third’s 1-year birthday party. I’d like to share an idea that someone suggested to me years ago. When Lia was born and then when Joey was born I created secret email accounts just for them. I occasionally send photos, videos...

Read More
Choices?

Choices?

Hello everyone. I love this cartoon above. It portrays such a vivid image of the power of our choices. I think many people would look at this cartoon and say, "Sure, I have choices." But how often do we practice making that choice? And let's think on that a bit....

Read More
And now I am a Mom.

And now I am a Mom.

We all remember the brutal and senseless assassination of NYPD Detectives Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos on December 20, 2014. We have since learned of the amazing forethought Sanny Liu had while in the state of shock she was in at the hospital that day. On July 25,...

Read More
Uncle Louie

Uncle Louie

Today we celebrated my uncle Louie Schlifstein‘s 106th birthday. Louie is not a blood relative but my sisters and I grew up calling him “Uncle Louie.” Louie was an NYPD sergeant and he retired in 1962. My father, a 71 Precinct cop from 1943 to 1966, often had his...

Read More
Legacy

Legacy

What is our true legacy?   I love taking scenic photos. I’ve been lucky enough to get some nice shots over the years, but one of my favorite photos I've ever taken is one that has very little scenic value, but brings me to an analogy that is profound for me....

Read More
Where It Began

Where It Began

So this is where it all began, for me. I grew up in Old Mill Basin, 5306 Avenue L. I happen to be in the area yesterday so I decided to take this photo. It evoke a number of memories, of course. One I would like to share is when I was about six years old my father...

Read More