147. If your first name is Sir you can sing any corny piece of shit song and get a standing ovation.

My family came to visit this weekend so I haven’t written in awhile.

My niece Julie got her picture and a blurb about her new book on friendship in the New York Times this Sunday.

I don’t want to pat myself on the back but she’s only following in my footsteps.

After college I worked as a caseworker in the south bronx.

During that time I too was quoted in the New York Times. It was in an article on lousy caseworkers.

I just don’t want you to think Julie is the only one in the family with creds.

I loved the Grammy’s last night. Just to show you how lame I am I started taking notes thinking I’d tell you all my opinion on several of the acts. All of a sudden I realized. Who gives a shit what I thought of the Grammy’s? I’m 67. oops 68. Remember I had a birthday.

I will say that my nephew Paul, who used to be the head writer at Pop Up Video, always said that I had the musical taste of a 15 year old girl.

Anyway my fingers are crossed that I’ll meet Bruno Mars in Gristede’s and he’ll fall in love with me and we’ll dance and dance.

2 thoughts on “147. If your first name is Sir you can sing any corny piece of shit song and get a standing ovation.

  1. Dear Mattie, please tell us more about when you were quoted in the Times; the first time! How did that work out for you? And hooray for Julie, and all the other stars in the family. I’m so lucky I get to hang out with celebrities all the time. I don’t tell everyone (only Gawker), so as not to alert the paps. Love, Liz

    • All I can say is that I called my father and told him hoping he would comfort me but when he called me back after buying a copy of the paper he just said,
      “not good”
      It turned out to be an unfortunate mix up. As you can imagine I was a superior case worker.

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