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Joy Behar: "A must for anyone who wants to crack the mystery of estrogen-induced yuks!"

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Dr. Susan Horowitz

Dr. Sue Health Tip Masks and Coronavirus

“Masks probably do provide some protection.”

That’s the latest news from The New York Times

NYTimes on Masks and Coronavirus:

“Masks probably do provide some protection.

They’re particularly effective at keeping somebody who already has the virus from spreading it to others,

and they may also make the mask’s wearer less likely to get sick.

“Coronavirus appears to mostly spread when germ-containing droplets make it into a person’s mouth, nose, or eyes,”

Vox’s German Lopez explains. “If you have a physical barrier in front of your mouth and nose, that’s simply less likely to happen.”

Of course we should give first priority for masks to health-care workers. And there may be no masks available.

What can you do?  You can Make Your Own Mask!

It may not be medical grade – but it is surely better than nothing!

Tie a Scarf around your Nose and Mouth!

(You’ll feel like a Movie Star – The Lone Ranger! )

Or Use a Bra Cup – any size will do!

Fasten with hooks and eyes, snaps or elastic – get creative.

Or cut up an old shirt or pants leg!

(Use your imagination, your scarf, shirt, pants…or bra!)

Fashion Forward  means NewYorkStrong!

You don’t have to live in New York to be NewYorkStrong !

What about TexasStrong? CaliforniaStrong? ChinaStrong ? ItalyStrong?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now reviewing whether to encourage Americans to wear masks. That would be a reversal and come after weeks of discouraging mask use. Many journalists, including me, previously quoted the experts who urged ordinary people not to wear masks.


Dr. Sue Health Tip Plastic Bags No Gloves – No Problem

Dr Sue shares Health Tips to Cope with Coronavirus

No gloves? No problem! 

Health Tip #1: Wear plastic bags!

We all know it’s best to wear plastic gloves when we touch public surfaces. But what do you do when the stores don’t have them? Besides, gloves and masks (which are in short supply) should be reserved for health care providers and people on the front lines.

What can you do? Get resourceful!

Most of us have plastic bags lying around the house.

Slip on the gloves when you go outside – before you touch buttons, door knobs, railings, revolving doors, money, etc.

Are plastic bags as effective as surgical gloves? Do they replace social distance?

Of course not. But they are certainly better than nothing.

When you come home, take off your gloves and…

Wash Your Hands!

Health Tip #2: Don’t touch your face! Coronavirus (COVID-19) gets in through the mucous membranes. These are mainly located in the eyes, nose, and mouth – near your face. Touching your face is often an unconscious habit, so I put on a scrunchy, and tucked my hair under my cap. The cap reminds me: Don’t Touch Your Face.  

Health Tip #3: Self-Isolate and Social Distance

I stay home most of the time and social distance when I go out. We all need to do this – for ourselves and our community.

Stay Healthy – Stay NewYorkStrong !  

Dr. Sue Shares Health Tip: Plastic Bags


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Empowering Entertainment!™

Susan (“Dr. Sue”) Horowitz, Ph.D.

Book: “Queens of Comedy” (interviews with Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett,

Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, etc.) http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/219367

Original Musical: “SssWitch”: http://www.ssswitch.net

 CD: “For Heroes and Lovers”: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/drsue2

Dr. Sue: Free Legal Help, Car Service NYC

Share a Ride – Save a Hat… and five-thousand dollars ($5,000) !

You can – when you learn to Be Your Brightest Friend!

Sharing a ride is the bright way to travel around New York City. It’s less stressful than the subway and less expensive than solo rides. I use Via Car Service ridewithvia.com (let me know if I should refer you).

Save a Hat is what my fellow passenger did when my favorite hat fell on the floor – black side up and hard to see. As she was exiting, she said “Your hat fell on the floor.” Sure enough – there it was with its golden treble clef that symbolizes my love of music! Her behavior told me more about her character than any internet profile or job resume! And it started my morning with faith in human nature – and some members of the legal profession. You see, she spoke in an intelligent manner, and she exited our Via Car near the Manhattan Courthouse at 9 am. This told me that she probably worked in some legal capacity….right?

Now the question you’re all waiting for…. how did I save five-thousand dollars ($5,000) ?

I was on my way to the Brooklyn Surrogate Court to pursue my own case. I was representing myself because lawyers are expensive, and I figured I could do my own digging and get the help I needed – at least, for now. If I needed a lawyer – I would cross that expensive bridge when I came to it (probably a $5,000 retainer…and billing at $400/hour).

Guess what? The Brooklyn Surrogate Court (and many other courts) have a Help Center for people who don’t have lawyers. Of course, I had to figure out to solve some tricky issues (like confusing legal forms, finding a capable, convenient process server (Thanks EmpireLegalService.com ) – and find free Legal Help (scroll down for the link)

My first court date was in the pouring rain when I was on crutches! But my dear friend/stained glass artist & repairs Dennis Lynch (http://astainedglass.com/ ) drove me in his car (which he named “Sue” – after me). We drove in “A Car Named Sue” to the handicapped entrance of the courthouse. I staggered in on my crutch with an injured knee but a determined mind! I looked pathetic in the courtroom – so much the better!

What about saving five-thousand dollars ($5,000)?

That’s how much my opponent’s lawyer charged today – just for showing up in court and a few hours of easy work. I would have had to pay my own lawyer much more money (for more time). But despite the hard work, it’s been an exciting challenge – and I learned a lot about free legal help!

Here’s a link to free Legal Help: https://www.nycourts.gov/courthelp/GoingToCourt/gettingHelp.shtml

Can you do it too? I can’t be sure. But for sure, you can do a lot more than you think you can – just Be Your Brightest Friend!

Empowering Entertainment!™

 Susan (“Dr. Sue”) Horowitz, Ph.D.

Book: “Queens of Comedy”

(interviews with Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett,

Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, etc.) http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/219367

 Original Musical: “SssWitch”: http://www.ssswitch.net

 CD: “For Heroes and Lovers”: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/drsue2

Dr. Sue: New York Times Travel Show 2020

Travel Dreams start at the New York Times Travel Expo and take you – anywhere!

You can DiscoverUpstateNY.com –

Explore Niagra Falls, The Finger Lakes, wineries, Long Island beaches and resorts, the Catskill Mountains – home to AshokanCenter.org Music, Dance, and Nature Center.

Or travel to the Adirondacks National Park with Lake Placid and charming Saratoga Springs with beautiful arts, crafts, fashion, horse racing and the annual February Dance and Music Flurry with all kinds of dancing, music (mainly folk and world music) and family fun! flurryfestival.org

Discover New York – and US History – when you visit the Erie Canal! CanalNY.com

This man-made water-way linked the Continental USA with New York Harbor, Europe, and the oceans of the world!

It’s all in New York State (iloveny.com)!

Or travel the world as a Global Citizen!

Discover all that’s possible in Dubai! – Visit the first 2020 International Expo in Dubai in 2020: expo2020Dubai.com . You will experience exhibits from numerous countries and cultures – plus an imaginary voyage to the future!

Why stop there? You can explore exotic and inclusive Morocco undermoroccansun.com with a customized tour focusing on world music, ancient cultures and its unique and diverse heritage – including its Jewish (and other) communities!

You can sail the Mayflower (newly restored at a multi-million dollar cost) from Plymouth, MA to Boston on its 400th year anniversary voyage (1620-2020) SailingMayflower.org and learn about our diverse (Native, European, African, etc.) United States Heritage at Plimoth Plantation: Plimoth.org.

While you’re in Massachusettes, don’t forget to visit Cape Cod and artistic, rainbow-friendly Provincetown a bastion of theater , gay pride, beaches, culture and fun! ptownchamber.com

As long as you’ve dipped your toes in the ocean…

Swim and Sail the Greek Islands visitGreece.gr .

Or sample fantastic Greek and Mediterranean Cuisine at the elegant Thalassa Restaurant New York City thalassanyc.com (“Thalassa” means “Sea” in Greek.)

And if you love islands, why not enjoy the beautiful Caribbean at an all-inclusive resort?

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic has so much to offer at the newly renovated Impressive Resorts and Spa in Punta Cana impressiveresorts.com

And why stop there?

Don’t you deserve a wonderful cruise – anywhere in the world? Sail with MMGY – njfpr.com

So what are you waiting for?

Soak up the sun, the sea, the culture, and the fun!

Let the New York Times Travel Show open the doors – the world is yours!

Empowering Entertainment!™

 Susan (“Dr. Sue”) Horowitz, Ph.D.

Book: “Queens of Comedy”

(interviews with Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett,

Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, etc.) http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/219367

 Original Musical: “SssWitch”: http://www.ssswitch.net

 CD: “For Heroes and Lovers”: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/drsue2

Reel Romance™ Dr. Sue

Reel Romance™: we’re a show, and we’re a brand!

Just like waistlines, we expand!…


“Reel Romance™ with a Twist!” 

Romantic Comedy by Susan Horowitz “Dr. Sue”


Co-Star/Co-Director: Gorman Ruggiero;

Production Assistant: Kellyrose Marry

Contact Dr. Sue: drsue@drsue.com 





New York New Works Theatre Festival logoNew York New Works Theatre Festival  www.nynwtheatrefestival.com 

Duke Theatre 229 W. 42nd Street (Broadway) NYC


“Susan’s an inspiring, natural force on stage!  Reel Romance is a fun, interesting depiction of love.” Andrew Monohan, Theatre Writer/Composer

“Wonderful performance! Our family loved it!” President Sherry Su -Xu, Anwil Scholar Inc. Tutoring Center, International

“Your joy and spirit were infectious! How neat to satirize both Titanic and Gone With the Wind. I enjoyed how you worked in Bette Midler’s “The Rose”. – Howard Gross, HOLLYWOOD MENSA

“Your Act was AMAZING!!! I really enjoyed it!” – Alicia Nebblett-Roberts BMCC Alum, Registered Nurse

Reel Romance is funny!” Beth Newbery, Artistic Director InfusionArts

“Your acting was great – body language was excellent!” – Professor Elliot Fink

Reel Romance was a “reel” fun experience with a definite twist! You and your co-actor seemed so natural together.  And you on your own are quite charming.” Delores Morales, Actor-Singer

Reel Romance is very, very entertaining!” Jane Berman,  Manager, New York State Government


The Reel Romance™  brand stands for fun, friendship, and love – at any age and stage! 

Like a pitcher needs a catcha, like a batter needs a ball

Reel Romance is comin’ atcha, here’s a list – and that ain’t all!


Reel Romance™ & Real Talk with Dr. Sue (Radio/TV)

Reel Romance™ Fashion, Mixology (Cocktails & Mock-Tails), Songs, and Licensing 

Reel Romance™ Events with Entertainment! 

Reel Romance™ is a production of Empowering Entertainment™  by Dr. Sue

Works by Dr. Sue and Empowering Entertainment

Book: Queens of Comedy (interviews w Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller) 

Original Songs:CD  www.CDBaby.com/drsue2 , Radio WOS (Women Of Substance)

Television Appearances: Project Runway, NBC Women in SitComs, Good Day New York, etc.

Children’s Book of the Month Club: Read With Me Series


 A Musical in Development 


It’s a Cinderella story with a

Switch by a Funny Witch!

(original book, lyrics, music) by Susan Horowitz, Ph.D.


Dr. Sue Horowitz

Dr. Sue Horowitz

Empowering Entertainment!™

 Susan (“Dr. Sue”) Horowitz, Ph.D.

SssWitch – a musical in development


 CD: “For Heroes and Lovers”: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/drsue2

 Book: “Queens of Comedy”

(interviews with Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett,

Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, etc.) http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/219367

Dr. Sue is an award-winning Writer/Actor/Singer: Books, Plays, Musicals, Screenplays, Poetry, and Songs.  

Facebook: ReelRomanceDrSue

Twitter @drsue6 , Blog, Linked In

copyright 2017 Text and Original Art by Susan Horowitz “Dr. Sue”

Reel Romance™ & Shark Tank™ by Dr. Sue


What does Reel Romance™ have in common with Shark Tank™? 

What do Reel Romance and Shark Tank have in common? Both shows are Empowering Entertainment with Mentors. 

Both shows use Social Media: Facebook, Blog, Twitter, Linked In. Both shows use Television and/or Radio.  You’re probably familiar with Shark Tank™ .  

Reel Romance™  has JCT Radio/TV & Multimedia.

Both shows have ongoing personalities who act as mentors. 

Shark Tank™ has the sharks.

Sharks are successful entrepreneurs.

They might help you – but watch out!

They have big appetites and sharp teeth!




Reel Romance has Dr. Sue (Susan Horowitz, Ph.D.):  Author/Interviewer of best-selling book “Queens of Comedy” based on her interviews with comedy legends/entrepreneurs like Lucille Ball, Joan Rivers, etc., Professor/Mentor at City University of New York;  Award-Winning Writer of “Read With Me” Children’s Book of the Month Club Series, and Comedies, like “Reel Romance with a Twist!” – world premiere at the prestigious New York New Works Theatre Festival in the heart of Broadway! 

Reel Romance™ and Shark Tankappeal to people’s basic aspirations: love and money!

How are we different?

Shark Tank™ is a big shark (lots of money, media support, etc.) swimming in a sea of greed. 

Reel Romance™ is a happy olive with a heart toothpick, swimming in a sea of love. (Actually, it’s a Reel Romance cocktail or mock-tail (with or without alcohol).

Are you asking yourself: What’s In It For Me? (We’re all tuned to station WIIFM) Reel Romance™ cocktail comes with a twist! The unexpected answer to your questions!  

Post questions about your relationships (romantic & otherwise) and aspirations.

You’ll get Dr. Sue plus crowd-sourced advice on our Facebook page: ReelRomanceDrSue 

You can post anonymously, for other people, or just include initials.

 As Dr. Sue, I have helped people get scholarships and thousands of dollars by learning to think, write, and speak in terms of their G.O.A.L.S. !  

I also encourage them to make positive, reality-based life-choices.

No mentor comes with guarantees. But we’ll crowd-source opinions from members of our Reel Romance™ community (plus experts).  We’ll do our best to help you help yourself! 

So, as they say on Shark Tank™ , is it a deal? 

Post your questions or comments on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReelRomanceDrSue

Or: E-mail your questions to DrSue@ReelRomance.com

(message FaceBook page ReelRomanceDrSue to look for your E-mail) 


Reel Romance™ web page: www.ReelRomance.com  

(For now, it’s on my main website:  www.drsue.com )

Reel Romance™ – we’re a Blog, a Show, a Brand!

Just like waistlines, we expand!…

(Thanks to JCT Multimedia, Kellyrose Marry (Media Consultant) Justin Woo (Photographer)

Dr. Sue Horowitz

Dr. Sue Horowitz

Empowering Entertainment!™

 Susan (“Dr. Sue”) Horowitz, Ph.D.

Book: “Queens of Comedy”

(interviews with Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett,

Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, etc.) http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/219367

SssWitch!” – a Bewitching Musical! www.ssswitch.net

 CD: “For Heroes and Lovers”: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/drsue2

 Dr. Sue is an award-winning Writer/Performer/Professor Books, Plays, Musicals, Screenplays, Poetry, and Songs.  

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ReelRomanceDrSue

 Linked In, Twitter @drsue6

copyright 2017 Text and Original Art by Susan Horowitz “Dr. Sue”  

Travel/Entertainment: New Orleans & NYC

NO Red Fish GrillLike a rich gumbo (New Orleans ) or Manhattan clam chowder (New York), big cities can be spiced for every palate:  from fantasy wild to family mild.

There’s no way to summarize their delights in one blog, but here’s a taster’s menu.

Red Fish Grill: “Friends don’t let friends eat frozen fish” is the motto of this Bourbon Street restaurant, which serves only fresh-caught fish in an ambiance of  artworks by local artist Luis Colmenares.

Here I am displaying my catch: a metal sculpture of a fish by Colmenares.

(By the way the meal was much tastier – and easier to cut!)


NO MasksWear and Buy a Mask – or admire one in a Mardi Gras parade, shop, or museum.

 The carnival season lasts from January 6 (or “Twelfth Night”) through Mardi Gras (translated from the French as “Fat Tuesday.”

Mardi is traditionally the last day of feasting before Ash Wednesday – the beginning of Lent).

A variety of  krewes (clubs) create and ride on themed floats, fling  “throws” (beads and trinkets) at the crowds lining the parade route, wear costumes, and/or sponsor balls all season long.


NO HarlequinEven out of season, you can catch the flavor at Mardi Gras World!

It’s a unique museum/warehouse/studio – with a fabulous book/gift shop!

Artists design the sculpted decorations for the next  festival season.

They also provide decorations  for casinos and theme parks all over the world!


NO Jazz ParkExplore the French Quarter .  You’ll find everything from street musicians to strip joints.  Some of Bourbon Street is on the seamy side, but other parts of the Le Vieux Quartier  (The Old Quarter) offer courtyards with splashing fountains and hundred-year-old houses that suggest New Orleans green, purple and gold theme colors in muted, vintage hues.

You can pump up the volume at jazz clubs (the spirit of Louis Armstrong and other jazz greats lives on!) grab a chicory coffee and a beignet (doughnut) at Cafe Beignet; ride a river boat right out of Kern/Hammerstein’s musical “Showboat”); board a trolley (think “A Streetcar Named Desire” – Tennessee Williams’  classic play set in New Orleans); or catch an outdoor tumbling act with multi-ethnic audience participation and equal opportunity ribbing.

What to Eat: New Orleans is famous for its cuisine. Here are a few favorites:

Marriott Marquis Downtownn – this unexpected gem is tucked away near the Convention Center in Warehouse District, an up-and-coming neighborhood of art galleries and museums.  Marriott jazzes up its menu with local cuisine (gumbo, jambalaya), and the health-conscious traveler can keep it light with fish and salads. My favorites were the bouillabaisse (fish stew) and wintergreen salad with blackberries.  One rainy afternoon, the lobby featured an “action station” where chefs put their twist on hot buttered shrimp over grits with a cocktail called a “blonde hurricane”!

New Orleans in New York City!

RickCamera2Sue “Dr. Sue” Horowitz (Vocalist)  & Rick Bogart (Clarinet/Musical Director) 

Perform Jazz Standards, Romantic  Songs & Funny Parodies

Broadway Thai Restaurant  241 West 51st Street (btwn Broadway-8th Ave) NYC

Saturday/Sunday Nights  (212) 226-4565, No Cover.

Rick is from New Orleans, so enjoy a taste of Dixie in NYC!

A Bientot (See you soon)!

Creative Living:

Visit New Orleans – or live a your own version of its life style by eating fabulous food and celebrating your culture and heritage!

Festivate! – it’s a fantasy word – but just like wearing a mask, sometimes it’s fun to play with fantasy.  (You can always remove the mask, ditch the glitter, and return – refreshed – to the daily grind – especially if it’s New Orleans chicory coffee!)

(Photos by Jay Berman)

Sue MimosaBlog by Susan “Dr. Sue” Horowitz,Ph.D.  www.drsue.com 

CD “Keys of Love”  www.cdbaby.com/drsue

Book: “Queens of Comedy” (interviews with Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, etc.) http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/219367


Media/Entertainment: Dr. Sue on Radio WBAB & WBLI

Dr. Sue Horowitz Radio Interview

Dr. Sue Horowitz
Radio Interview

Dr. Sue shares Creative Living Tips on








“Plugged Into Long Island”


Creative Living Tips

How do you deal with stress?

Does your own life and relationship seem lacking?

Are you comparing your life with glamorous images in the media?

Dr. Sue encourages you to celebrate your life!

Recording of show available on request.

(Editor/Photographer Jay Berman)

Sue MimosaBlog by Susan “Dr. Sue” Horowitz,Ph.D.  www.drsue.com 

CD “Keys of Love”  www.cdbaby.com/drsue

Book: “Queens of Comedy” (interviews with Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, etc.) http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/219367

Dr. Sue Performing Host JCT Variety Show

Dr. Sue: Performing Host/Interviewer

 JCT Awards  Dr. Sue Horowitz "Entertainer of the Year 2013"

JCT Awards
Dr. Sue Horowitz
“Entertainer of the Year 2013”

JCT Multi-Media Awards Dr. Sue “Entertainer of the Year 2013”

Where to go to catch a show?  Beat the heat, drink and eat?  

Air-conditioning  on full blast – so chill out – enjoy the cast: 

Funny Comics who can talk, Models struttin’ the catwalk  

Dancers with and without  shoes – Singers and fun Interviews  

Tangos, Tappers, Actors, Rappers, Broadway ballads, Caesar salads 

Entertainment – a full menu – dinner – drinks – you’ll love our venue!

The JCT Variety Show (August 2013) was tons of fun!  The talent was definitely varied and entertaining:  “The Amazing Amy” Yoga-Contortionist-Dancer (who demonstrated flexibility at any age) ; Fabielle – a handsome model (who showed me how to catwalk); a teen dancer(who tapped her way through a Beatles song ); an actress (with a monologue about a hamburger flipper); a model/singer (who warbled “Sistah” from The Color Purple)  to Miss Asia – an R&B  singer. I hosted the show and sang my original songs “Dare to Believe” “Celebrate Your Life” and “Yo Te Amo (I Love You)” .

After the performances, I did  a group interview of show biz kids with their parents (including Producer Poppa T.)  All agreed that  being in show business is intense, demanding work that takes patience and persistance – plus (from the parents) a willingness to chauffeur their talented offspring to auditions, invest finances and time (and handle the jealousy of siblings who may be too young for the biz – or just not interested).  A bad stage parent pushes the child past his/her own needs and interests to satisfy what is really an adult agenda.  A good stage parent and mentor knows when to step back – to avoid making a performer feel pressured – and when to step forward to encourage, teach, and protect – and to know the difference between the child’s interests – and the parent’s own needs.

All this is a mental health ideal – and it’s not so easy to draw the line – especially when a child is gifted.  What we call “genius” is a combination of unusual talent, hard work, and determination. Where would young Wolfgang Mozart have been without pushy poppa Leopold?  What about young Michael Jackson and driver dad Joe Jackson? More peaceful? Perhaps.  Less productive? Probably.

Whatever your talent or taste, there’s something for everyone at JCT”s variety show.  The audience gets free entertainment, delicious food and drink. If you’re an aspiring star, this is your chance to be seen! “Success Awaits Us!”

Creative Living

  • Live your dream – and your talent – you don’t know if you’re hot till you give it a shot!
  • If you’re pushing your child or significant other(s) to achieve – make sure it’s their dream – not yours.
  • Enjoy good entertainment good food -and do what you love!

(Editor/Photographer Jay Berman)

Sue MimosaBlog by Susan “Dr. Sue” Horowitz,Ph.D.  www.drsue.com 

CD “Keys of Love”  www.cdbaby.com/drsue

Book: “Queens of Comedy” (interviews with Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, etc.) http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/219367

Travel/Entertainment: Posifest, Orlando Florida

Posi-U with Dr. Sue

What can I share from PosiFest – conference on Positive Music in the Florida Sunshine?

“Wish you were here” doesn’t really help.

As my readers know, I am a Writer/Performer/Professor who believes in the value of positive humor – learning with laughter and song.

Here are a few ideas for a University dedicated to Positive Thinking.

I would call it “Posi-U”!

What is Posi-U?

Posi-U means a Positive You!  Tips to help you lead a happy, successful life!

Posi-U means a Positive University!  Educate the mind for positive living!

Posi-Umor means Positive Humor – funny but not hurtful!

Topic: Dog Funnies

  • My building has so many small dogs – I lost my earmuff in the elevator and someone took it for a walk!
  • Personally, I don’t have time to walk a dog – and it’s cold in the winter.  When I go for walks,. I’ll wear my dog on my head as a fur hat! I know what you’re thinking…the dog should wear a diaper! “Dog Hat Diapers”  now there’s a fashion challenge for Project Runway!
  • Project Runway designers get points for clothes and make up.  What about the audience?  I want to win by submitting photos of my Dog Hat – plus bonus points for using its tail as a cosmetics brush!

Laughter is the Best Medicine!  Boost Your He-He-Health!

Enjoy my Book: “Queens of Comedy” (interviews with Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, etc.) http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/219367

Email your own Posi-Umor Funnies to our Contest! (Use Contact form on Blog. Write Posi-Umor in Subject Field.) Winners are published on the Posi-U blog!  If you like, we’ll link to you!

(Editor/Photographer: Jay Berman)

Sue MimosaBlog by Susan “Dr. Sue” Horowitz,Ph.D.  www.drsue.com 

CD “Keys of Love”  www.cdbaby.com/drsue

Book: “Queens of Comedy” (interviews with Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, etc.) http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/219367