• ShopRite Wisdom
  • Some St. Patrick’s Day History
  • Spring Cleaning, Inside and Out
  • Drivers, Local Authorities Deal with Tough Winter’s Potholes
  • The Lesson Judge and Max Taught Me

ShopRite Wisdom

This past weekend, my husband and I picked up a quick meal at Milleridge Inn’s luncheonette. It’s a quaint little place that’s wonderful for hot dogs, sandwiches, salads, and a cream of squash soup that smelled like a little piece of Heaven. It’s always great to walk around the shops [...]

Some St. Patrick’s Day History

  I’d like to take a moment to wish everyone a “Happy St. Patrick’s Day”, and holler a hearty “Erin Go Bragh” for all those who swear their allegiance to the Emerald Isle. It’s a great day for celebration here in the United States, filled with Irish pride and lots [...]

Spring Cleaning, Inside and Out

“Eagle’s calling, and he’s calling your name; tides are turning, bringing winds of change. Why do I feel this way? The promise of a new day.” – Paula Abdul, “Promise of a New Day”. A friend of mine recently mentioned that she had begun the arduous task of clearing out [...]

Drivers, Local Authorities Deal with Tough Winter’s Potholes

Alexandria, VA – March 11th, 2015 – Poor road conditions have cost consumers and the insurance industry at least $27 billion over a five year period, according to a 2014 survey commissioned by Trusted Choice® and the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA or the Big “I”). The [...]

The Lesson Judge and Max Taught Me

This week, West Deptford NJ police dog Judge lost his battle against Cushing’s Disease. The 9 year old retiree of West Deptford’s K-9 unit had been ill since November; hair loss, excessive panting and muscle wasting were just some of the symptoms that Judge endured before his owner, former police [...]

 

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ShopRite Wisdom

ShopRite Wisdom

This past weekend, my husband and I picked up a quick meal at Milleridge Inn’s luncheonette. It’s a quaint little place that’s wonderful for hot dogs, sandwiches, salads, and a cream of squash soup that smelled like a little piece of Heaven....

 

Some St. Patrick’s Day History

Some St. Patrick’s Day History

  Though never officially canonized, St. Patrick’s feast day of March 17th means that St. Patrick is recognized as a saint by the liturgical church. I’d like to take a moment to wish everyone a “Happy St. Patrick’s Day”, and...

 

Spring Cleaning, Inside and Out

Spring Cleaning, Inside and Out

“Eagle’s calling, and he’s calling your name; tides are turning, bringing winds of change. Why do I feel this way? The promise of a new day.” – Paula Abdul, “Promise of a New Day”. A friend of mine recently mentioned that she had...

 

Drivers, Local Authorities Deal with Tough Winter’s Potholes

Drivers, Local Authorities Deal with Tough Winter’s Potholes

One of Long Island’s many dangerous Winter Potholes. Alexandria, VA – March 11th, 2015 - Poor road conditions have cost consumers and the insurance industry at least $27 billion over a five year period, according to a 2014 survey...

 

The Lesson Judge and Max Taught Me

The Lesson Judge and Max Taught Me

This week, West Deptford NJ police dog Judge lost his battle against Cushing’s Disease. The 9 year old retiree of West Deptford’s K-9 unit had been ill since November; hair loss, excessive panting and muscle wasting were just some of the...

 

Holding Out For A Hero

Holding Out For A Hero

When I was a little girl, I wanted to be a hero. I swear, I did. I wanted, more than anything else in the world, to be Mighty Mouse. I wanted to fight crime, wear a cape, punch the bad guys in the teeth, and save the day. I sang the “Underdog”...

 

Kings Park 10th Grader Makes 500 Handmade Valentine’s Day Cards for Residents & Patients

Kings Park 10th Grader Makes 500 Handmade Valentine’s Day Cards for Residents & Patients

Smithtown, NY – February 18, 2015 - Have you ever wondered just how many Valentine’s Day cards are sent annually? According to The Greeting Card Association, it is estimated that one billion Valentine’s Day cards are sent each year....

 

How to Handle an MS Flare

How to Handle an MS Flare

  Another way to deal with an MS flare is to maintain your sense of humor – it’s okay to laugh at yourself! Presently, I’m in the middle of a flare of multiple sclerosis. I’m not worried; this, too, shall pass. One of the...

 

8th Annual Winterfest Live On The Vine February 21 – March 29, 2015

8th Annual Winterfest Live On The Vine February 21 – March 29, 2015

Riverhead, NY – February 10, 2015 – Winterfest Live on the Vine returns for its eighth, and most eclectic year ever! Presented by Suffolk County National Bank, this award-winning festival is a six-week, mid-winter music and performing...

 

Ice Storms Make Good Neighbors

Ice Storms Make Good Neighbors

Long Island is currently in the midst of a commuter’s nightmare. What began as a snowstorm late last night and into early this morning has evolved into an icy, slushy mess. Currently, I’m listening to the sound of ice pellets pelting my...