Posts Tagged as special

Italy’s Hidden Gem

  *This is part 4 in my Adventures in Italy blog series. Click here to read part 1, “Livin’ Like a Local”. Part 2, “When in Rome… Literally,” can be found here. To read part 3, The Canals (and Crowds) of Venice, click here. Note: Our thoughts go out to the people affected by the recent floods and ...

A Special Man

  This has been a banner winter here in New England. Almost 70 inches of snow and it's only mid-February. Yeah, crazy. Each and every storm, my brother, Riv, heads out to plow his driveway, all of his neighbors' driveways (yes, the entire neighborhood!), and our family members' driveways. (If only ...

Ask the Coach — Week 18

  This is the column where, each week, I’ll be answering one website visitor’s question in hopes of supporting all visitors through shared (and likely, relevant) challenges, triumphs, and struggles. Dear Kerri, Within the next year, I'll be hitting a milestone birthday and find myself in a tizzy about how to celebrate. I ...

An Old Man and a Little Girl

Growing up, I lived next to Woodsy’s, a corner store and deli. The owner of the store, Dixie, was an elderly man who suffered from severe arthritis, so much so that the kids in the neighborhood referred to his hands as claws (fortunately, not to his face). Dixie gave me my ...

Right Place at the Right Time

For those of you who know me, it’ll come as no surprise when I say I’m not a huge fan of camping – I’m more of a “serve-me-breakfast-in-bed-resort” versus a “build-your-own-room-and-sleep-with-bugs” kind of gal. However, Melissa loves the outdoors and really enjoys camping, and since relationships involve compromise, compromise I ...

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