Monthly Archives: December 2011

Sadhvi Sez:

SADHVI There doesn’t seem much time to share much lately.  Sorry.  It’s all spinning!  I did want to share something though that I really found quite amazing: if you put red wine in a blender for 30 seconds or so, … Continue reading

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SEcond

Annice This is one of my favorite recipe’s from my dear friend Va at Sheville.org.  I tried to make this Tequila Christmas Cake recipe for Chanukah again this year, but it didn’t work out so well.  So, I’m trying again … Continue reading

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Fresh Roasted Chestnuts, Laughing, and Judy Garland and Mel Singing to You

Sakshi the Swiss Chestnut Roaster It’s the most wonderful time of the year.  Really.  Because it’s that time of the year that is the most hectic, with all the shoppers and all their frustrations, and all the family gatherings that … Continue reading

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My Husk

GWENDIE Sometimes I feel like my husk, my body, is getting ready to shed, leaving only “me”—my core, my soul, my essence—behind.  And where will I be then?  Or maybe the question should be, what happens to the core “me”? … Continue reading

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Nice People Behaving Badly

Annice One of the newspapers delivered daily to my home is the WSJ.  Oddly enough, I don’t read it for the Money and Investing section but the front page news.  I also enjoy the marketing and technology trends, recipes, and … Continue reading

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fatimah

Our dear friend Fatimah’ has been caring for her elderly parents for many years.  We thank her for sharing her experience with us.  Here is her story: FATIMAH’ I offer my heartfelt congratulations to each of you—to each of us—for … Continue reading

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Sadhvi Sez: It’s

SADHVI I’ve started to get into the Holiday spirit. It started with the first snowflakes last week, the Christmas songs I’ve been playing while baking the things that I love to send to my family, and the tangible joy I … Continue reading

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