Call it The Day Camp Diaries. Take your regular children, add a other people’s children in a carpool for maximum confusion (but at least you don’t drive every leg), add towns near and far, throw in some not-so coordinated start and end time and a smattering of schedule changes (Can you make a pick up in Weston and one in Cambridge with only a half hour in between? Yes, yes, you can) and you have my summer. . . . → Read More: Drop Off, Pick Up, Repeat.
I love finding great hostess gifts, really. It’s fun and easy to create a signature gift.I love giving – and, no small hint – getting these. So, of course, there is the favorite I-don’t-know-what-to-bring-or-even-if-this-is-decent-because-I-am-re-gifting-it bottle of wine – it is what you do with it. . . . → Read More: Best Hostess Gifts – Day 7 of The 12 Days of Shopping
Boston Bakes – Dessert With a Purpose – fund cancer research while enjoying delicious baked goods . . . → Read More: Boston Bakes – Dessert With a Purpose
[amazon-product image=”51uIJ1u3EWL._SL160_.jpg” region=”us” type=”image”]081186944X[/amazon-product]I had a bunch of things lined up yesterday which is always great but sometimes I feel overscheduled. Luckily, I had to be in the car a fair amount and that means NPR, so I learned a lot. Like that Joanne Chang of Flour Bakery has a new cookbook and I want it, and heard this food scientist talking about among other . . . → Read More: a flour scone, a sofra donut and some social media