Monthly Archives: June 2012

Cheering for the Hometown Girl

Big news coming from my home state of Florida. Mason Cathey, niece and daughter of long-time family friends, will try to qualify tonight for the London Olympics.  Her race? The 3000 meter steeplechase, which features 1.8 miles and takes athletes … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week for June 18

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” — Pablo Picasso Continue reading

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Dog Food for Dinner

Yesterday, I found myself wandering the grocery store, exhausted, trying once again to figure out what to have for dinner. In my house, there are only three of us to feed: my husband, myself and a geriatric Jack Russell.  The … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week for June 18

“You can survive on your own. You can grow strong on your own. You can even prevail on your own. But you cannot become human on your own.” — Frederick Beuchner Continue reading

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Going Through Stuff

My husband and I moved into our home nine years ago. Before we bought this house, I moved 16 times in 16 years. By the time I arrived to NH, I had boxes of my personal belongings — or as … Continue reading

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