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Savoring the Summer

Savoring the Summer
To celebrate the end of my favorite season, I've compiled a few of my favorite summer recipes I've been making to savor the last of the season. These are best paired with an afternoon in the garden and a good book. Take a scroll and enjoy. Continue reading

Summer Nights | Our Guide to Sleeping Well

Summer Nights | Our Guide to Sleeping Well
Summer is a busy time for travel (or dreaming of it), entertaining (or dreaming of it), long walks in the evenings, long book lists, long naps in the afternoons and cool, restful nights with the windows open.   Continue reading

Grasshopper Summer | An Unexpected Reward

Grasshopper Summer | An Unexpected Reward
While being a small business owner can be frustrating, back-breaking work, it has given us rewards that can't be measured with the typical outward signs of success. The Grasshopper Summer is one of those rewards.  Continue reading

Summer Love | A Guide to Simple Summer Pleasures

Summer Love | A Guide to Simple Summer Pleasures

A Guide to Some Simple Summer Pleasures

Summer's different this year.  It seems a bit hotter, more stifling.  Typically, around this time, we're on our way to Europe for a shopping trip with a side of adventure.  This year we're grounded. 
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Bridge Season | Thoughts on Spring

Bridge Season | Thoughts on Spring

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Spring is like Summer's little sister.   It's nearly like summer, but on a smaller scale and with a personality all its own.   It can do nearly all the things summer can, but not quite.  And we're always glad to see it, because it means summer is not far behind.  

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Chasing Courage

Chasing Courage
I must assume that I have fewer years ahead of me than I have behind me, and I feel an urgency to make the most of what's left.  I find myself thinking a lot about what I'd like to accomplish and what has propelled me to achieve my goals in the past.  And I have realized it boils down to either discipline or courage.    Continue reading