Author Archives: tabitha

A Christmas is a Christmas

If a spade’s a spade, then Christmas is Christmas, yes? I really can’t stand the what-sentiment-to-what-holiday-to-wish-to-people-during-December debate. If you say Happy Kwanza, you will get a blank stare and a polite thank you from me. What is Kwanza and who celebrates it? I never met anyone who can definitively answer those questions. If you say […]

Peaceful Progress: Salesforce Tower

7am view from Potrero Hill: entire SF skyline blanketed in fog minus the tip top of the up and coming giant, the Sales Force Tower. Future View: top of what will become the tallest building in SF. Features of the completed obelisk shaped Tower include 1.4 million square feet of space, 60 stories, 13 ft high ceilings with 10 […]

Woman Crush

Gentlemen, As winter approaches, I cant’t help but to think how lucky I am to live in SF and not NYC any longer. But then-   Meet Melissa Davis, NYC’s premier and exclusive companion. I had the pleasure of meeting her recently and I can say that ever since, I have been checking my calendar […]

Attn. Fellow Grammar Geeks

This is a great article for grammar geeks and anyone who thinks correct English still matters. If anyone is not guilty of a single offense listed here, I will be pleasantly surprised and deeply impressed. 25 Common Grammar Mistakes to Check For in Your Writing    

Why I Love My Doubles Partners Part One: Sasha Cadeaux

When I first laid eyes on Sasha’s ads, I could sense she was unique right away. Her photos were full of life; her look was elegant, refined and edgy, all simultaneously; even the words she used to describe herself- like “effervescent blonde”- all stirred something inside of me. Soon, I started hearing whispers from trusted people […]

What, no reviews?

I don’t participate in the review system any longer, despite being a top ranked provider in my city with plenty of 10/10 reviews. There are many reasons for my withdrawal. The festering misogyny that the review culture encourages aside, the primary reason is that I think too many reviews on the national board(s) are completely […]