In the good old days, we didn’t worry about fats, carbs, fiber or anything else lurking in our food or on the labels. Now grocery shopping can take longer as we peruse the back of a package to see what’s really in it and how much it will “cost” us in calories.
Viva Cuba! It’s time to stop punishing the people of Cuba and, actually, American business people because of the political climate 50-plus years ago.
The hustle and bustle is almost over. We’ve shopped; we’re baking; we’re cleaning; we’re preparing for Christmas, in just a few days, and then the end of 2014.
We’ve just careened past Thanksgiving and are zooming forward to Christmas. What happened to this year? It seems like it hardly began and now it’s almost over. People who are waiting for something — …
Here’s a thought: We’re all too busy, especially our children. One 5-year-old whose mother wants her to take piano lessons on Thursdays can’t do it earlier in the week because the child is “too busy” with dance lessons and play dates. If the mother isn’t exhausted taking the child to all these places, maybe the child needs a break from too much of everything.