Shoes To Die For by Laura Levine

I had a really lousy week – in fact, I was downright miserable. I found myself up at 3 a.m. not only with insomnia, but with a severe attitude problem. So I decided to go downstairs into my private library and pick out something appropriate to read. There’s nothing like...

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Before She Was Helen by Caroline B. Cooney

International Bestselling author, Caroline B. Cooney brings us another riveting tale, Before She Was Helen. It’s about a woman, Helen, who has lived much of her life in two different worlds. She’s a senior citizen now, but oh my, how different things were back in the...

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An Old Hat Can Become A Bird’s New Nest

Spring is here and birds are anxiously scoping out places to build their nests.  Here’s an idea for not only recycling, but helping our feathered friends. After our mother passed on, we were left with a lot of her clothing and other personal items. Among those items were...

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It’s a Good Friday & Great Weekend

It’s a Good Friday. The sun is out in full force. The birds seemed to be out extra early this morning. They are chirping quite loudly and carrying assorted twigs to build their nests – a sure sign of spring. I feel the sharp snap of a serious windchill as I mount a new...

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Lovely Lavender

There’s nothing quite as soothing as sitting in a garden filled with lavender. Lavender has long been touted as having a “calming and soothing effect.” Now that’s something we all can use! There are many different varieties of this bushy semi-evergreen herb. Depending...

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Hearts of Palm: lovin’ them!

Poor hearts of palm – I’m betting there’s many folks out there who don’t know what they are or have never eaten them. That’s why today I’m shining the spotlight on this nutritious, yet overlooked vegetable. Most vegetables taste better “fresh.” But hearts of palm aren’t...

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