Monthly Archives: July 2014

Kids in the Kitchen: Making Memories in the Kitchen

Kits in the Kitchen is a section of this blog which turns attention to matters of not just the stomach, but the very heart of the home. It is often the smells and sounds of cooking which evokes one’s fondest memories … Continue reading

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When Senior Bullies Are In Control

Letter to the Editor written in July of 2014 to Sun Sentinel, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. When Senior Bullies are in Control I want to thank your paper for shedding light on this crucial issue. I’ve been shocked to see the … Continue reading

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Honeysuckle Air: My Dining Room Went from Hysterical to Historical in One Weekend!

I always thought I knew what TGIF meant, but this sunny Friday afternoon gave it a new meaning. I was doing paperwork at my all-glass dining table when I was startled to the  sound of falling glass. It was a … Continue reading

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