I am sorry, or maybe not so much; but I am incredulous at your sentiment in your February editorial with regard to your daughter and her senior year in high school aka "boarding school." Seriously? We on the West Coast typically don't cast away our offspring to school locations where we don't have to engage on a daily basis-And then think we have anything to say about their minute by minute activities....your editorial was fraught with insensitive and uninvolved parenting. I feel sorry for your family structure. A daily phone call will never take the place of nightly dinners around the dining room table discussing face to face the fears and insecurities of senior year in high school.
So, Katie Couric's daughters don't have a daddy (through no fault of hers, it must be said), so she feels compelled to go on a one-woman campaign to get rid of the father-daughter dance hosted by her older daughter's sorority. She claims she did it "on behalf of all the fatherless daughters in (her daughter's) school"-- obviously she doesn't give a fig about those for whom this event has been a cherished tradition for many years. Who does Amanda Robb think she's kidding with her fawning profile? Come on, MORE, enough with the celebrity worship already! Given your target demographic, most of your readership is undoubtedly mature enough to know better.
(Would have posted this myself on your VERY CONFUSING website but I couldn't figure out how, despite your proclamation that it was possible)
Just finished reading this month’s more mag. I'm so surprised at your photographs of Ms. Couric. For a magazine devoted to the older woman. Why does every picture look like she is some where between. 18 and 28. Really. I understand air brushing but please she is 56. Why made her look like she should be on the cover of seventeen. Very surprised at you!
I always enjoy my monthly copy of More and look forward to it every month. On occasion I love to recycle and pass on my magazines to friends that I think might enjoy the publication. Last month I offered the January issue to my best friend and was shocked when she said "Oh, I am not that old yet". Best to say I was speechless for a moment. Being 56 and my friend being a few years older I thought about what she said after she left. Your magazine is intelligent, thought provoking, funny, inspiring and fashionable. I cannot imagine what she was thinking!
I appreciate what it must take to compose and publish a monthly magazine in this day and age and my congratulations to all that contribute to your issues on a yearly basis.
I will be passing on your issues to other friends and family and please keep up the great work!