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The movie, Mary Poppins came into the lives of children in 1964. It was the first movie I took my son, Bo, to see when he was deemed old enough to sit through and enjoy the magic of the story. We … Continue reading
Maybe it was because I knew some of the people and places Senator McConnell writes of in the early pages of his autobiography, The Long Game, or that to this day I am a political junkie, but I found the book … Continue reading
Kentucky Senior Senator, John Sherman Cooper was a statesman, a quiet, unassuming southern gentleman, and a leader of his day in our American political system. He was a member of the United States Senate, a deliberating body in those days, respectful … Continue reading
Forget the violence, the long car chase scenes, the F-word, blowing up people and things -Turn immediately to either of the two Hallmark TV channels. (One is a mystery channel.) I say this knowing that the men that follow this … Continue reading
“I cannot watch the city of Chicago be destroyed by petty politics and bad government.” Harold Washington Born in Chicago, I grew up in Evanston, IL. at a time when kids could ride their bikes all over town and no … Continue reading
Thankfully we are on the edge of terrible weather, able to stay inside warm and dry. There is a white world visible through the windows, branches dipped in ice, weighed down and oddly shape. The bones of the garden are … Continue reading
One of my favorite artists -Jessie Wilcox Smith See my Pinterest Collection of Children’s Illustrations I miss being read to. I know there are books on tape, but it isn’t the same as sitting at the breakfast room table listening … Continue reading
We stood on the front porch of ‘The Cottage for Two,’ and looked for the blue moon imagining others from around the world who wanted to see the scientific wonder of two full moons in one month. That was not … Continue reading
As we celebrate the 4th of July this year, I close my eyes and think of the parades I watched over the years that took place along Central Street in Evanston, IL. where I grew up. There were years of … Continue reading
I wrote about this wonderful series at the end of February. I’m into series two now. Still enjoying! Every episode ends with music that is worth the price of admission. Do take a moment and listen to these two songs … Continue reading
The happiest discover of the New Year! Miss Fishers Mysteries are just the ticket on a cold, snowy day or evening. I am able to watch them on Netflix. You have to watch this if you love BEAUTIFUL period costumes, fabulous … Continue reading