First, it was so quiet, we all slept later than usual and then had yummy scones – (yes, smitten kitchen), it was a perfect treat for after digging out of the snow.
Thanks to a great post (Thank you, Facebook), I remembered to clear the furnace vent (FYI, some furnaces vent rough the chimney – some have PVC pipes on the side of the . . . → Read More: Blizzard Activities
A Summer Called Angel chronicles the journey of author Sola Olu through the preenclampsia and premature delivery and treatment of her daughter, Angel. It is an honest and raw look at a very difficult time and I am honored to have the author write a guest post. An excerpt from the book: My journey into motherhood began with a siren-blaring, lights flashing ride to the . . . → Read More: Healing Through Writing by Sola Olu – A Guest Post
Although the cold and short days of February are just upon us, it’s already time to make plans for the summer. Yes, already. I have been getting inundated with mailings and emails and maybe a little stressed that I don’t have the summer planned – I voted for a beach house but so far that’s not happening.
What to do? Where to look?
Start with . . . → Read More: Summer Opportunities
Maple Season Volunteers Needed
Would you like to learn more about and gain experience making maple syrup?
Are you excited to learn more about how Maple Syrup is made? Local farm Land’s Sake is looking for volunteers to help with sap collection and the syrup bottling processes.
Sap collection happens in the afternoons between 2:00pm and 5:00pm. Sap flow and collection are weather . . . → Read More: Maple Syrup at Land’s Sake