October 18, 2021
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July 26, 2021
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The Summit Library is Opening Its Doors–Yay!!

We were so happy to hear that the Summit Library to will fully reopen on June 1. It will alllow a maximum of 50 people in the library at a time. Masks and social distancing will be required. But no time limit will be placed on visits. The maximum amount of time spent on computer has been increased to 2 hours. For […]

Just What I Needed to Hear Today.

My sister sent me something today I’d love to share with everyone. She shared it with me, because after listening to my Audible Original Take Back the House, she thought it would resonate with me. She was right. It definitely echoes my intended message, but it also struck a timely chord with me personally. My son, […]

Just What I Needed to Hear Today

My sister sent me something today I’d love to share with everyone. She shared it with me, because after listening to my Audible Original Take Back the House, she thought it would resonate with me. She was right. It definitely echoes my intended message, but it also struck a timely chord with me personally. My […]

The Sounds of a Summer Night Music Performance

Wednesday, June 16 • 7:00pm to 8:00pm Bring your blankets, lawn chairs and picnic baskets to Reeves-Reed Arboretum as we present the Sounds of a Summer Night music performance! The Continuo Arts Foundation’s professional ensemble of young artists, Sonaré, will open the Reeves-Reed Arboretum’s Summer Concert Series, “Sounds of a Summer Night,” with an evening of […]

35 Things I REALLY Want for Mother’s Day

In no particular order, here is what mothers say they really want for Mother’s Day. 1. I want a day in my own house – alone. 2. A clean house. Just for a day…a house where things stay where I put them. 3. I want someone to plan my kids’ summer camps and schedules, set it all up, and just […]

Will My Children Get the Vaccine?

I’ve been asked many times recently if I will let my children get the vaccine. The answer is yes. The better question is, do I think my children need the vaccine? The answer to that, given the data and the evidence, is no. I will take my kids for the vaccine when I have to, […]

Should School Start Later? Take a Listen

For years, evidence has been mounting to support a later school start time for adolescents. Dr. Anne Robinson, through her group, Smart Balance, has been spearheading a campaign for the Ridgewood, NJ school system to follow the science, demonstrate a real commitment to student wellbeing and push back the first bell. I interviewed Dr. Robinson […]

Super Bowl Sunday: Letting Your Kids Gamble.

Also Read: 35+ Mouthwatwering Appetizers for the Super Bowl Every year, when I get to my sister’s house, my nephew hits us up for money for his Super Bowl Pool.* We end up buying each of the kids some of their own boxes and we get a few for ourselves. It makes the game more […]