Guest Post by John Khouri Father And Son Visit Ground Zero I recently had the opportunity to take my nine-year-old son George to Ground Zero in New York City, and for the first time as a father (and educator), I … continue . . .
Sprouts, Growing Your Own Organic Produce From Food There are so many foods you can grow starting with the parts you usually cut off and toss (into the compost bin . When I was first married, I started a compost … continue . . .
Paris: Alternative Things To Do For Tourists Visiting The City Of Lights This Year My Top “Off The Beaten Track” Paris Attractions Whenever I recommend things to see and do at a particular destination that I know well, I usually … continue . . .
Succulent Sighted On An Early Morning Walk. This variegated Echeveria seen growing in the community garden with Pinks in the corner of a vegetable plot caught my eye. This succulent is about 9 inches across. Echeveria come in many, many … continue . . .
Irish Soda Bread Recipe Photos & Story By: Eve Ross Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig oraibh! …A St. Patrick’s Day Blessing On You! I am indeed a good bit Irish, my auburn hair passed down from my grandmother, Maggie Higgins. This … continue . . .
Fragrant Rose Photo From An Early Morning Walk Fragrant rose in full bloom captured on an early morning walk. At first glance this looks like a Camellia. Unlike rose bushes, Camellia bushes have no thorns, no fragrance and much larger … continue . . .