Two weeks ago, on the first Thursday evening of December, the Johnson City Business and Professional Women put on the annual Johnson City Holiday Parade.
I am posting several of my favorite holiday recipes. Once you see what is in this recipe, you will understand why I only make it at the holidays. With us in the grasps of the holiday season, I know, as well as you all do, that a lot of celebrations center around food. In that… Continue reading Two Flavored Fudge
I had a web site at Geocities for years. When they stopped offering free web sites, I saved most of my content as a lot of it had taken me years to accumulate or come up with personally. I do not recall where I first read the information below but I know that I did… Continue reading Preserving the Cut Christmas Tree
Discrimination takes place all the time in the world. We may think that it is a thing of the past but it is not. Ask any person who appears ethnically different than the average white male and that person will tell you discrimination is still alive in the US. Even stranger, in my mind as… Continue reading Gender Rating on Health Insurance
It is almost the shortest day of the year. Light is becoming less prevalent and you are probably thinking that I am a crazy person for wanting to write about light. Guess what? I may be a bit crazy but light is the one thing we all celebrate and want, particularly here in the… Continue reading Light
Thanksgiving morning dawned sunny once the sun made its appearance. I live in a valley so even though sunrise may be at 7 AM, the sun may not get over the hill and down where I am until almost 8 AM. I awoke at 6 AM and made my sweet potatoes for Thanksgiving dinner while… Continue reading Turkey Trot – A Race Recap
Back in the 2011 NYS legislative session, there was a law passed dealing with municipal and school district taxes. This limit had been a huge talking point in the 2010 gubernatorial election. The biggest problem is the way it has been presented to the public. The legislators who wrote and passed the law and the… Continue reading New York’s Tax Levy LIMIT