Suzanne Kreiter – photo Boston Globe
It is a hideously rainy night and I am slogging through serious puddles in a vain attempt not to look like a drowned rat when I reach my destination. I am only mildly successful. The house is lit up and I can hear the voices and laughter of the women (yes, this is a women only event) before . . . → Read More: A Mom’s Night Out with a Purpose
Am I dreaming? I just found out that I am going to a dinner party with authors Dennis Lehane and Joseph Finder. I am the back-up, back-up date for a friend whose first two picks (her husband and a charming, beautiful accomplished friend) fell through…I don’t mind being the A-minus list date – it will be such fun! It is a dinner set up through . . . → Read More: Boston Book Festival: a dinner party and books (and their authors)
Yesterday, six sweet little containers of Joos™ were on my doorstep – such bounty! The company started the delivery service in this area and is also available in gyms and yoga studios locally at Joos™ Depots. Perfect. Have a great workout and grab one to go. Even when I’m not doing the cleanse, I will still want this juice, it is such a great and easy . . . → Read More: Joos – Day 5 – getting it right
Photo courtesy of Sharon Schindler
The old Newton North High School is being torn down – physically in January of next year but this weekend is the celebration of the history of North. Two amazingly dedicated volunteers, Claudia Wu and Kristen Grannon, head up the committee. They, with a team including teachers and administration staff, students (current and former) and parents have planned . . . → Read More: BDTH…Bringing Down The House at Newton North, that is.