March 26, 2020
Living

8 Ultimate Gift Experiences for Dad

Does Dad have everything he could ever want or need? Then give him an experience he’ll never forget. 1. Trip Down Memory Lane Take a trip down memory lane visiting Dad’s old haunts: his elementary school, middle school, and high school. Ask him about his buddies, favorite sports moments and G-rated escapades with friends. He’ll […]

Irish Blessings

The Irish have a long love affair with the spoken and written word. Think of all the wonderful writers who have hailed from this somewhat small island: Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and W.B Yeats. I’ve heard and grown to love these Irish blessings at weddings, birthdays, farewells and funerals over the years. I can still hear […]

How Irish Are You? Take the Quiz!

Over 34 million Americans claim Irish ancestry! And on St. Patrick’s Day, it seems everyone is Irish. So, just how Irish are you? Here’s a quiz to find out.  “How Irish Are You?” Want to REALLY know how Irish you are? Take the test. Our Favorite Irish Recipes: From Corned Beef & Cabbage to Colcannon A Wilde Oscar […]

Valentine’s Day Friendship Brunch

It’s sometimes difficult to get together with friends. Hosting a Valentine's Friendship brunch is a perfect way to gather together the women you know for some good food, good company and lots of laughs.

Celebrating the Rocks in My Life for Valentine’s Day: My Besties

Not everyone’s idea of a perfect valentine involves a guy. And at this point, I have as many friends who are divorced as are married. For women, our friends are often “our rocks” more than our husbands or boyfriends. When I’m having a bad day, they see it on my face immediately at 3pm pick up. When […]

6 Ways to Dial Up the Romance… Just in Time for Valentine’s Day

Fan those bedroom embers with these tips.

17 Questions to Ask Your Grandparents

 With everyone gathered together, there’s no better time than the holidays to have your children learn more about their family history. Let your kids share center stage with their grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and/or family friends as they conduct the interviews. Be sure to videotape the conversations. You just might end of watching them next year! […]

Holidays — I’m not ready and it’s not MY fault

There are a few people I blame for my stress. Want to know who's fault it is?

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