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Well, although the signals have been decidedly mixed, I believe it is safe to say that Spring has arrived. In “The Wasteland” poet T.S. Eliot noted that April is the cruellest month, but … more
One wonders if we are ever going to come together as a nation. Apart from joining together when America faces a common foreign aggressor, those moments of internal domestic harmony have been less … more
The last day of our road trip was spent at the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia’s famous science museum. However, we (daughter Liz, SIL Peter, granddaughter Adeline, and I) were not going to … more
On our second full day in Washington, D.C., my daughter Liz, son-in-law Peter, and my granddaughter Adeline walked over to the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Museum. Our family has many … more
We recently took our first (and hopefully not last) road trip of 2022. My daughter Liz, son-in-law Peter, and darling granddaughter Adeline have been on the move for the two weeks of her spring … more
Does anyone else remember milk boxes? Growing up, we had one of those galvanized covered boxes in our garage by the back door, and the milkman from Yasgur’s Dairy would deliver milk right to … more
Just today, I went looking on the Viking Cruises website to see their offerings. Of course, any cruise to Russia or Ukraine is now canceled. But I took the time to watch the video of the cruise they … more
As Russian tanks roll into the country of Ukraine, the inspiring bravery and resolve of the Ukrainian people has been on full display. It is heartbreaking to see this sickening act of aggression … more
It’s what winter days were made for. Last Sunday, my granddaughter Adeline and I were busy as bees, preparing food for a real feast. Of course, dessert comes first, at least in preparation. … more
I’ve been doing a lot of reading about Louie Anderson since his death on January 21, 2022. I always liked Louie but hadn’t really followed his career since his early days of … more
Last Friday the weatherman predicted a storm would be sweeping through New York. We were supposed to get some freezing rain that would turn into a bit of snow, and it was all supposed to be no big … more
If you know me, you know I love to bake up a batch of chocolate chip cookies. Kind of my go-to when I’m in the mood to bake, but these winter days have seen me branching out and trying all … more
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