by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger Here’s today’s quiz: What’s the difference between 108,000 square feet and 3,600 square feet? Answer: 50 years. No, this isn’t a Common Core math problem. Let me explain… Prior to the last blizzard that never arrived in eastern Pennsylvania, I made my way to the grocery store, […]
by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger About 15 years ago, I wrote a column about my boys and the day one of our gerbils died. Like most stories I wrote about my sons, it taught me a great deal about them, even more about myself and about why most of what I often […]
by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger There are two kinds of people in the world: those who think there are two kinds of people in the world and those who don’t. That theory appeared years ago in one of my columns, and as it turns out, I wasn’t alone in my thinking. Sometime […]
Happy New Year, everyone! What are some of your dreams for 2015? Print PDFRelated Posts:Maria’s Five Favorites: New Year, New You!12 Days of Winter Meditations: Day 12Happy Labor Day!
by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger Many things sound so much better in theory than they turn out to be in reality. Unfortunately, you usually can’t tell if that’s the case until you’re in the midst of the experience. Then it begins to dawn on you that, in fact, you’re in a bleak […]
Merry Christmas, everyone! I wish you all a healthy, healing and happy holiday. —Maria Print PDFRelated Posts:Merry Christmas!Why I Love a Good SnowstormMaria’s Five Favorites: Holiday Hostess Gifts
This time of year is all about giving. And getting. We make our lists, check them twice, and hope that something resembling stuff we want shows up in our lives on Christmas morning. And we also hope that our loved ones don’t give us a fake, “I love it!” or worse, a sincere, “You […]
by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger One of the most beautiful sights of this month and this season are the gorgeous greens, flowers, and plants that make up the displays gracing so many of our homes, churches, and public spaces. One December, a woman and her little girl visited Longwood Gardens, a 300-acre […]