Nora Ephron has left this world. But she left it with a funny, quirky, and insightful legacy. Ms. Ephron was a career woman, mother, writer and astute viewer of society. I appreciate her for how she made me laugh out loud. Whether it was reflected through I Feel Bad About My Neck, When Harry Met Sally, or Julie and Julia, she viewed the world through her very unique and acute visual lens. Thank you, Ms. Ephron. And I thought your neck looked lovely.

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    I ate Pecan Pie…and thought of Nora….and of When Harry Met Sally
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    I grew up on her movies. “When Harry Met Sally” Is one of the best movies I have ever seen. Oh and the movie “Heartburn”...
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