Ahead of the Curve with an LG OLED TV
If you’re a regular reader you know that I like to be in the know about, well, everything. And while the days where my children thought I knew everything are long past, I am resourceful and can pretty much suss out the info in a flash (Shhh, I have great, well-connected and super smart friends).
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On Tuesday, October 21st, Mayor Warren will launch “The Mayor’s STEM Nights” series, a new initiative designed to spark Newton students’ interest in the STEM disciplines – science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Each month, a different local STEM industry business will provide an exciting, hands-on experience for students to generate excitement in STEM, building on a larger city effort to engage students outside of the . . . → Read More: The Mayor’s STEM Nights – Newton, MA
Mabel’s Labels and More
Or How I got my ducks in a row.
Yes, I do find September challenging, thank you for asking. It’s not as crazy as June for the sheer number of events and activities, but it makes up for it in the way it ramps up, making me pull it together and getting the family on board with a whole new . . . → Read More: Mabel’s Labels and More
Camp Rules. Or Camps Rule. Either way, it’s true.
Now something you should know about me, I was a Girl Scout, although, in hindsight, Mrs. B, my troop leader, probably shouldn’t have awarded me that sewing badge. I am, however, prepared. Yes, since 1947 the Girls Scout motto has been “Be Prepared”, the same as the Boy Scouts, and since I like to take things . . . → Read More: Camp Rules