Nora Ephron was One of a Kind!!
Heartburn, Silkwood, When Harry met Sally, You've got Mail, Sleepless in Seattle, Julia and Julia.
I encourage people in their 20's and 30's who don't know who she was to watch
"Everything is Copy" an HBO Documentary co-directed by her elder son, the New York Times reporter Jacob Bernstein, and Nick Hooker.
If you are of the generation who doesn't know that much about Nora Ephron…. you should!
And… if you miss her, I urge you to watch this Film!
And if you are a young person and are considering a career in writing or journalism this film is a MUST SEE!
To say she was a trail blazer is like saying there is a true comparison between and drop of water and the ocean.
I had know idea that Nora was sick or battling anything.
Neither did most of her friends. (Her choice to live and die on her terms)
But it was a huge shock to me.
When she passed away in 2012 I felt that I had lost a dear friend I never met, and that the world just got a little less bright.
She had a very unusual childhood.
When she was 5 years old she was moved from New York to Beverly Hills.
Her parents were BOTH screenwriters!
She was the Only person she knew that had a mother that worked!
This could be ten pages long so, Lets Talk Hair!
Nora always changed her style and was very up to date with all her hairstyles and personal style.
When you watch everything is copy, it starts out with an interview with Dick Cavett and she has THE most Glamorous and Stylish bob for that time! Terrific Hair Styles all the way through!
I just wish we had a little more time with her. Thank you Jacob for giving us a little more. And inviting us in!
Remember, every day can be a beautiful one!