1. 2020 Vision?

    The ball has dropped, the fireworks burst, the confetti tossed.  The New Year has begun!  If you have not already done so, it is time to flip open the new calendar, open that new planner and begin penciling in appointments and commitments for 2021.  Or maybe scroll to a new year on your digital c…Read More

  2. When the 12 Days of Christmas is Just Too Long

    What comes to mind when you hear the familiar melody and the song that begins, “On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me—a partridge in a pear tree”?  Do you anticipate a nice long Christmas carol carefully walking through all the gifts the true lover has given and received—ma…Read More

  3. Thanks for the Memories

    When the people we refer to now as Pilgrims, left the shores of England in September of 1620, they had no idea what the next 12-15 months would hold for them.  They knew that their religious liberties were at stake, their children’s futures were being shaped by a culture they did not condone, and…Read More

  4. Pass the Potato Salad

    Pass the Potato Salad, but Hold the Opinions This weekend people will gather, in state-approved group numbers, to celebrate our nation’s Independence.  Some community events may still happen as usual while others may be cancelled this year.  But one celebration likely to happen regardless is the…Read More