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Love, Life, Laughter and Lavender

Twelve years ago we loaded up the vehicle and left our Cape Cod home for a few days in Newport. On our way my husband suggested we drive through the town of Westport. He was intrigued by the idea of a town with both a winery and a brewery. We had long planned that when

Hello neighbor

When I was a girl my mother would often visit with neighbors. They would send all of us kids out to play while they drank instant coffee, smoked Winstons, and gabbed. They would take turns yelling at the kids to stop beating up on the smaller kids and to quit climbing in the trees. Every

When I go

Lilly, nickname Doodle, came to us a little over nine years ago from a breeder in upstate New York. She’s a black and white border collie with a little snippet of brown, and she spent her first day at home laying on my feet in the kitchen while I cut and sliced strawberries for jam.

Love, Life, Laughter and Lavender

The View from My Window A year ago I shared with my husband the plan to acquire a dressing table for my fiftieth birthday. My makeup ritual has always been a bit of a dash and run so he couldn’t hid his surprise. He asked if I was actually going to sit at this table

The View from My Window

    On a shelf in my kitchen sits a ceramic clock with wings that my daughter, Casey, made for me when she was seven or eight. Indeed, almost everyone I talk to complains about how time seems to fly by. Too many things to do; not enough hours in the day. We exist in

Moments in Time

    On a shelf in my kitchen sits a ceramic clock with wings that my daughter, Casey, made for me when she was seven or eight. Indeed, almost everyone I talk to complains about how time seems to fly by. Too many things to do; not enough hours in the day. We exist in

Gifts of Time

Traits of Successful People   Over the years, I’ve read many books and articles by writers that claimed to have the inside track on the secrets to success. Just recently A Facebook post of a chart that outlined character traits of successful people versus unsuccessful people caught my eye. My own years of experience as

Traits of Successful People

In a few short weeks the tax filing season will begin, and I will start meeting with clients reviewing their income and expenses, discussing the financial gains and losses they’ve experienced over the year. The tax returns we file present a snapshot of our financial year. Did your income go up or down? Did you

The Season of Gains and Losses

In a few short weeks the tax filing season will begin, and I will start meeting with clients reviewing their income and expenses, discussing the financial gains and losses they’ve experienced over the year. The tax returns we file present a snapshot of our financial year. Did your income go up or down? Did you

President’s Budget Proposal

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