I'm sorry. Whatever I did, I apologize. You, too, have probably felt the dismay of discovering you've slighted someone without knowing it. This happened to me -- not for the first time -- recently. He'd responded, he said.
This month delivered a tale of two investigations.
The perfect sympathy card is any sympathy card you get around to sending. I give myself this lecture every time I go in search of the perfect condolence card, which these days is too often. Don't be so picky, I tell myself.
I do my best to answer all my email, which is to say I live in a quicksand of failed intentions.
NOTICE: Arianna Huffington WILL NOT FILE A COLUMN this week. Try a new tape measure for "success" People are always talking about success. But what does it mean? We read articles that promise to enlighten us on "How to Be Successful."