Hi, Ho, Silver!

Hi, Ho, Silver! by Steve Gruenwald I used to think that any husband buying something made out of silver to give to his wife after 25 years of marriage was being predictable and unoriginal. I changed my mind, however, after becoming a bit more educated about silver. What I learned about this soft, white, lus­trous metal is that it is both ductile and malleable. Yup, I had the same cataclysmal thought that perhaps you’re having right now: “What does this mean?” […]

By | June 19th, 2010|Inspiration, Spring 2010|0 Comments

Fresh Joy From Home Fragrances

Fresh Joy From Home Fragrances by Audri Carli Gladness welled as I realized anew the joy that can be savored from home fragrances. The insight surfaced after I had become extra busy, taking time to eat sandwiches with salads rather than simmering aromatic foods on the stove. I still lived in our family home, although [...]

By | June 12th, 2010|Food, Spring 2010|0 Comments

Symbols Of Love

Symbols Of Love by Lynn Klammer It’s funny how the strangest things can have sentimental value or remind us of those we love. The comforting smell of fresh apple pie can instill the secure feelings of home and family. The blooming crocuses of spring can trigger childhood remembrances of Grandma’s garden. There are countless adorable [...]

By | June 1st, 2010|Inspiration, Spring 2010|0 Comments