Monthly Archives: November 2017
Blue. Moon. Look closely at this spectacular display, and you’ll see the festive glow from a light that wasn’t man made. Don’t miss nature’s most beautiful gifts this holiday season.
There is a seven-year-old boy living in a hut in Uganda who holds a piece of my heart. In a recent letter to my husband and me, Pascal wrote, “I would like to become a farmer so everyone in my village has food.” He hopes to visit America some day so he can drive […]
We are guessing you’re feeling stuffed today, so here’s some food for thought! Have a wonderful weekend!
Fall, in love!
Earlier this fall, I saw a flyer about a weekday luncheon to benefit our library, featuring several interesting speakers. I bought a rather pricey ticket without a thought about attending the event by myself. As luck would have it, my name did not appear on the guest list, so I was offered a handwritten stick-on […]
This seems like a good quote to wrap up the week. In preparation for Thanksgiving, the grocery store and traffic might be filled with a few turkeys. Let’s try not to get our feathers ruffled and have an attitude of gratitude!
“Winter is an etching, spring is a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all.” ~ Stanley Horowitz
Over the last decade or so, Americans have become much more conscientious about avoiding harmful chemicals, allergens, and antibiotics in food. In fact, if a woman was grocery shopping for her family and noticed equally priced organic and non-organic produce, I’d put money on the fact that she’d choose organic. The organic and health food […]
It was nearing supper time, and my husband and I sat in our front yard quietly discussing the horrific headlines of the day. We stopped short when our five-year-old neighbor skidded his bike tires in front of us. “Hey, buddy,” I said. “How was school today?” Mike asked. “It was a sad day,” our little […]
Wishing you a weekend that sparkles! Look for an extra post tomorrow, in honor of Veteran’s Day.