The Importance of Child’s Play

This is a sponsored post and yet all opinions remain steadfastly my own. As always.

Long ago when all children were free range children, only we were just called children, unstructured play ruled the land. Granted, you could say it was an easier time, a gentler time, but was it, really? When I was young, we had to be in when the street lights . . . → Read More: The Importance of Child’s Play

Red Sox Nation is Donor Nation

Organ Donor Awareness Day at Fenway Park is Friday, August 14, 2015 #DonorNation at #RedSoxNation

Are you an organ donor?  If so, you probably registered at the Registry of Motor Vehicles, and while that’s great, it leads to a fractured underlying system instead of one single streamlined database. has found an innovative way to bring the organ donation registration system to the 21st century. . . . → Read More: Red Sox Nation is Donor Nation

A Gorgeous Day At The Farm #eatdrinkbelocal

A Gorgeous Day At The Farm #eatdrinkbelocal

Natick Community Organic Farm and Brothers Marketplace

Yesterday we spent a beautiful summer day with family and blogging friends at Natick Community Organic Farm.  Brothers Marketplace hosted a lunch at the farm to celebrate their connection to local food and farms, and it was wonderful to get a tour of a working, local, and sustainable farm. While we . . . → Read More: A Gorgeous Day At The Farm #eatdrinkbelocal

Christmas In July

Christmas In July…sounds pretty good about now. Love, Actually


Family movie night gets more complicated when your kids are older and the latest Disney isn’t what they want to watch. Count on opinions (plenty of them), from everyone in your family about what to watch and while, of course, you want to let everyone weigh in and express their preferences, it hardly helps . . . → Read More: Christmas In July

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