When I heard about the death of Nora Eprhon, I reached for one of her books called, "I Feel Bad About My Neck."  It was comforting to realize that though she is physically gone, her words will live on in black and white print and on film.  One of the reasons I love her work is that she really understood women and spoke our language.  Her writing helped us navigate life, relationships, and the aging process with grace and humor.  Here's a paragraph from "I Feel Bad About My Neck" that I feel is worth sharing today:  "Here are some questions I am constantly noodling over:  Do you splurge or do you hoard?  Do you live every day as if it's your last, or do you save your money on the chance you'll live twenty more years?  Is life too short, or is it going to be too long?  Do you work as hard as you can, or do you slow down to smell the roses?  And where do carbohydrates fit into all this?"   Thanks, Nora, for leaving us smiling.   She was screenwriter of "Silkwood," "When Harry Met Sally," and "Sleepless In Seattle."  Do you have a favorite?  Did you enjoy "Julie and Julia" or "Heartburn?"   Please post below.   And if you want to take a listen to some of the best scenes in "When Harry Met Sally," you'll find audio clips here:  http://www.soundboard.com/sb/When_Harry_Met_Sally.aspx