Going from house to house and family to family can do numbers on the body and mind — from sore feet all the way up to pressure behind the eyes from one too many cocktails or overindulging in holiday feasts. Thus, keeping up a good look during the holiday can be quite the challenge.
The word “hobbies” may bring to mind passive (and maybe a little dull) time-passers like puzzles, games on your cell phone or pointless card games of Solitaire, things one tends to do when there’s nothing better going on. But hobbies also can include group activities that not only pass the time, but foster creativity and interpersonal relationships.
Sure, I love looking outside at the beautiful snow, but I don’t really want to be out in it. That eliminates the fun activities of my youth, like building snow people and snow forts, having snowball fights, sledding and snowboarding. Those activities usually unwound my stress and picked me out of any winter funk I was going through. Now, however, I’m finding other outlets to relieve stress and depression.
The Happy Bookers were meeting at the popular coffee bean hub in Greenville to discuss “The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry,” by Gabrielle Zevin. Gathering together one Tuesday every month (except January), the women catch up on each other’s lives over hot coffee and tea. During this informal get-together, a different woman oversees the discussion each meeting.
With Christmas shopping heating up, you have to tighten up the budget for things like getting your nails and hair done or for that massage you always like to spoil yourself with every now and then. So with budget control in mind, it is now time to look for do-it-yourself beauty needs.
As this month comes to a close, I face another “last” moment. Watching the last high school football game in which my son, Alec, who is a senior, will play.
It started with a loud boom and then a plume of smoke drifting out over Derby Lake. According to neighbors, it was the loudest lightning strike they had ever heard and it was enough to spark flames on the roof of a home occupied by Woody and Mary Ely, an elderly couple who were sitting down having breakfast Monday morning when the strike hit.
Not long ago, Luverne Dickinson Adamson, 59, of Vestaburg, began her day with a hearty breakfast of eggs, bacon, fried potatoes, toast with butter and coffee with creamer and artificial sweetener. She enjoyed traditional American foods — cheeseburgers, fries, coney dogs with all the fixings, and onion rings — and frequently ate out on weekends. Dinner often included salad soaked in creamy ranch dressing, steak or a chicken fillet, a hot vegetable and a baked potato smothered in butter and sour cream.
4-20 Season 2 episode 1 from Michael Bee on Vimeo. Nothing is easier than making a chicken stir-fry my way. First, gather the money from the roomies and run to the store and buy your chicken, stir-fry vegetable mix, green onion, rice and stir-fry sauce. I got all my stuff for under $20. Read the [...]
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