I am a huge Rodgers & Hammerstein fan. I love many of their musicals – actually, all would be a better word. Imagine my surprise when my youngest came home from one of his first week’s in high school to let me know that he had signed up for stage crew and the production was… Continue reading “A Great State Fair”
I participated in a workshop run by Donna in Florida a week ago. The workshop was all about how to alter playing cards to make ornaments out of them. Here are two of my ornaments with more to come as soon as I get back to creating.
Back about four years ago, a friend gave me this pumpkin bread recipe that does not use eggs. Most of my quick breads use three or four eggs and I am not a big egg person so was trying to find ways around it. I love this recipe with a good mug of cocoa in… Continue reading Pumpkin Bread
Wow, it is the 22nd of November and I think I have hardly posted since Election Day. I can’t tell you how happy I was for that election cycle to be over. I was sick of the debates, sick of the ads, sick of the entire thing. Now, on to the next cycle – spoken… Continue reading What Have I Been Up to Lately?
Today’s local Gannett paper’s lead story is about bringing your patience along if you are flying this holiday season. Having done the holiday trip six years ago – so post 2001 – and done it out of an airport other than our local one, I have only one thing to say. I concur with the… Continue reading Holiday Flying
“State Fair” that is, the musical by famed duo Rodgers & Hammerstein. The Spartan Theater Company will perform the musical by Rodgers & Hammerstein tonight at 7 pm at Maine-Endwell High School. Additional performances will be Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 3 pm. Want a wonderful weekend treat? Come to see “State Fair!” … Continue reading Come to the Fair
Not exactly but a little known prep school in our backyard is known for the quality and number of running backs it has produced. I remember when Milford Academy was first getting started. No one in the small upstate NY town of New Berlin was sure about the location in their town. Townspeople, if I recall… Continue reading Running Back U?