Monthly Archives: February 2012

Dressing the part

Watching television is not a pastime in my house. It’s not that I don’t want to watch T.V., I do. But, my other pastimes–two kids, cooking, and eating–leave little prime time. So, imagine my good fortune when Sunday night I … Continue reading

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Mad River Glen delivers

A couple of weeks ago I posted this photo on Facebook with a plea: Mad River Glen: Please Snow if You Can. The plea worked. This weekend the Snow Gods dumped over two feet of the fluffiest snow I can … Continue reading

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Dr. Small’s Diet for Your Brain

Alzheimer’s, funny? At many points Thursday night at the Cambridge Forum lecture, Dr. Gary Small a neuroscientist from UCLA and author of a new book, The Alzheimer’s Prevention Program had the audience laughing. According to Small, this degenerative disease afflicts … Continue reading

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Garbage Burger

The countdown to Anna B.’s birthday has begun. She’s turning 12 on Tuesday. Per the tradition in our house, she’ll chose the dinner. There are usually her two regulars –Lydia’s chocolate cake and raspberries with powdered sugar–but the rest of … Continue reading

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