STATS: Female, wavy brown hair, brown eyes, 5’8” but seems 6’ tall: slender to everyone except her mother and brother who swear she’s skinny, fading away-POOF-almost gone. As Bobby (The Noogie-Man, Barbie Decapitator and Sibling Torturer) would say: “My sister is so thin, she could walk sideways through the strings of a harp without touching them.”
It has been noted that Heidi sneezes when she’s cold. She sneezes after she eats. And not just once, mind you. Or twice. We’re talking: Rocking Down The House with a baker’s dozen ahhh-choooos.
She loves Mallomars and all things Italiano. She cries when she hears Puccini, but then again she cries when she watches Hallmark commercials like the one where the old gray-haired southern grandma is sitting in a rocking chair on the porch reading a Hallmark card from her grand-daughter. Next scene: A young girl runs to the porch, surprising granny with an unexpected visit and the reunion is unbearably heart-wrenching. You know~ hugs, kisses, tears from grandma. Sniffles and sobs can be heard around the globe from Heidi Goldman, our missing heroine.
|Heidi Goldman and friends in Paris|
She was seen clowning around in Paris at the Louvre Museum, boogie-ing in a ball gown at the Kaiserball in Vienna, at Peers meetings conducted by the fabulous Lynden Kidd, career strategist, coach, and mentor with a heart of gold. Heidi has attended Dr. John Shattuck's seminars at the University of Phoenix for job seekers. He provides students, alumni and community members with the resources needed to stand out in the job market.
Heidi has been at networking meetings, creating business plans for local businesses; Tucson Festival of Books where she giggled her way through humorous sessions with great writers, hoping to find her killer agent.
At a recent sighting downtown, she was at the Tucson Symphony where she and the entire audience shot to their feet, applauding wildly after each piece because of the extraordinary guest conductor, Danail Rachev, Markus Groh on piano along with the brilliant Tucson Symphony Orchestra performing: Rossini's Overture to The Thieving Magpie, Bartok's Piano Concerto No. 3, and Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony No. 6 in F Major, op. 68.
Some say she’s exploring the Valley of the Moon in none other than (I hope you’re sitting when you read this) suede hiking boots.
Heidi Goldman may be girlie, but when necessary, she is savvy enough to ditch the stilettos…okay with tears in her eyes and some remorse…and don her delicate tootsies in ugly combat boots. Being sensible is oh-so-sensible which is no easy task for a girl born with glitter in her veins.
An anonymous viewer caught Heidi Goldman walking into Mike Svob’s Spanish class, sneaking a Mallomar cookie into her mouth as her mother Helene Goldman: CEO of Trouble-Maker’s International, was making the class die from laughter with her dry humor: During the NFL when the lights were out for moments, news reporters said that people were having sex during the black-out. Helene commented, “No vale la pena!” Which means-it’s not worth the trouble! Mind you, this 90 year old has the brain of a 40 year old, according to a recent MRI. She's the Icon of the class and adored by all.
Rumor has it that Heidi Goldman has begun her next novel about blind-dates which may explain why she's been M.I.A. She's out-and-about doing research. Who knew dinner and a movie could turn into the next Sex and the City with our heroine tattling her tales on www.tattletalesfromabroad.blogspot.com ?