Month: September 2020

An Apple A Day….

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” It’s an old saying, but still relevant.  Apples are one of the easiest and healthiest snacks around.  They don’t need refrigeration and transport easily.  No peeling – no muss, no fuss, just a solid and dependable tasty...

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Now is a Great Time to Diversify!

“Man who limits his interests, limits his life,” the late actor, Vincent Price I always felt this is one of the best quotes ever!  Think hard about the meaning of this quote.  Vincent Price himself, was a very diverse man.  Known best for his very long acting career,...

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Murder At The Bayou Boneyard by Ellen Byron

With all the Halloween décor being shoved in my face in early September, I promised myself I wouldn’t write a Halloween book review until October 1st.   Then the UPS dude shows up with Murder in the Bayou Boneyard – and well, frankly, I dropped everything. This being...

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I Am Charlie Wilson by Charlie Wilson

Of all the books I’ve read this year (and believe me, I’ve read A LOT), I Am Charlie Wilson is my favorite! It’s the story of Charlie Wilson of The Gap Band fame. The book takes you from the very beginning when he and his brothers and sister were just kids, growing up...

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Murder At The Taffy Shop by Maddie Day

Whether you know and love her as Edith Maxwell or as Maddie Day, you’re in for a real treat!  As “Maddie Day,” she’s bringing us her brand new Cozy Capers Book Group mystery series.  Murder at the Taffy Shop is the second installment in this delightful, keep ‘em guessing...

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Fall & Winter Outdoor Entertaining

With the pandemic still a major threat, it’s time to reverse our thinking.  Instead of bringing “the outside in” – let’s bring “the inside out!”  With fall and winter on the horizon, why not start planning for easy outdoor entertaining – even in some of the colder states. Time...

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