Monthly Archives: October 2011

Co-housing

Bob Miller One of the things I love about blogging is the ability to meet people anywhere – anytime.  When Sue Counts (guest blogger) wrote about cohousing a few weeks ago, we got tons of emails and comments from readers … Continue reading

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For the Love of Zinnias

. Every autumn, it’s the same thing: it takes me a while to get used to the idea that all the leaves will fall from the trees, it’s going to get cold, and winter is coming. I have never lived … Continue reading

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Jane: The Pros and Cons of Turning 60

CON’S: 1) I feel old.  My hair is gray, and there are wrinkles around my eyes and mouth. 2) I will never be a child prodigy on the guitar. 3) The white hairs on my chin might scare young children. … Continue reading

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Annice and founder, Corinna The 7th annual SE Women’s Herbal Conference What a great week-end I had at the 7th annual Southeast Women’s Herbal Conference in Asheville.  This year, was the biggest conference ever, almost 900 women gathered to learn, … Continue reading

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Sadhvi Asks: Who’s behind Maxine?

MAXINE’S JOHN WAGNER Maxine can still crack me up.  Like her, there was always someone around in the family who called a spade a spade.  In the “politically correct” times we’ve been living in, and now, where EVERYTHING IS AWESOME, … Continue reading

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On Having a Daughter

JANE This news came on a day when we had not heard anything from Becky for a while, since she was traveling with friends to South Africa, so she wasn’t anywhere near a computer—and her phone had no service.  I … Continue reading

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Lynne Our guest blogger, Lynne Roche Matthews, grew up in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio and went on to study at Kent State University.  After college, she worked in the hospitality industry for over 29 years.  She moved to upstate … Continue reading

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Fascinating Women over 50: Fatimah’!

FATIMAH’ I enjoy sharing women that are fascinating and make an impact on me, and Fatimah’ is one of them.  I recently met her in a local coffee shop to “interview” her, asking some questions to find out more about … Continue reading

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SADHV SEZ: PRESERVING THE SUMMER HARVEST OF BASIL NOW

SADHVI I had a lot of basil plants that I’ve been using in salads all summer long…if you keep pinching back the plant, and never let it start to flower, it becomes very bushy and full.  Which means, more basil! … Continue reading

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