Monthly Archives: December 2014

Decorating in style

My mother’s angels sit on the shelf.  She used to have them prominently displayed during the holidays.  So much so, that one year Colleen accidentally knocked one over while reaching to turn a light on.  There was a bang and … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

We traveled through the pouring rain this afternoon to my Dad’s house.  Traffic was slow and red tail lights glared before me the entire trip.  I admit I was grumpy until the moment we walked through the door.  He was … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice

This is a season of short days and long nights.  Winter Solstice is tucked neatly between the beginning of Chanukah and Christmas this year seemingly balancing the celebrations filled with light. I chose to spend the longest night of the … Continue reading

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Decorating for the holidays!

I brought my brother a bouquet of garlic for Thanksgiving.  I bought it from Keith’s Organic stall over at the Union Square Farmers Market.  It really is the perfect gift for a chef. He’s working his way through the bundle … Continue reading

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