Three buzz words will get you through the holiday season: location, duration and guests. Translation: outdoors, short and small. Time is still our enemy, even with a vaccine in our not-so-distant future. It won’t happen before the new year and now is not the time to let your ... Read More »
What those rubbish Christmas gifts really mean – from underwear and cheap chocolates to dodgy perfumes and new socks.
2020 is a year like no other. Add Christmas and New Year’s Eve to the list and we will have come full circle. Enjoy the annual traditions in a non-traditional way. For your consideration.
- Prepare For The Worst, Expect The Best. ... Read More »
Growing up in my house, if we didn’t have 20 people for a holiday it wasn’t a holiday. Between the adult and kid tables there was enough food, laughter and noise to last the winter. But Christmas isn’t canceled, and neither is hope. A vaccine is on ... Read More »
Covid-19 has all given us extra time to think, clean and remodel. Even though you may not get to see your friends re-do, you can send them a gift. Try these on for size:
- Advice: We all have friends whose homes ... Read More »
Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend
A new decade birthday deserves special attention. My friend Mary happens to love diamonds, so this was an easy theme. When Audrey Hepburn had breakfast at Tiffany, she wore a diamond tiara and the photos of her are framed in the San ... Read More »
While no list is entirely inclusive, there are many ways to help not hurt a patient. When President Trump was diagnosed with the coronavirus, I was horrified to see comments on social media about his demise. FACT: The coronavirus does not recognize race, nationality or ethnicity. It also ... Read More »
Q: Is There An Accepted Optimum Length Of Stay That House Guests Should Observe? There is a common saying: Guests are like fish. They begin to smell after three days. As for Covid-19, less is more when it comes to guests and person-to-person contact. If you have guest ... Read More »
Assess Your Risk. Any time you leave your house, you increase your risk of contracting the coronavirus. The sneaky part of this virus is that we can have it and be asymptomatic for up to 14 days, so it’s advised not to travel if you have any ... Read More »
How To Celebrate In A World Standing Still
My get out of jail ‘quarantini’ party has long been canceled. Even with a vaccine on the horizon, the silver set and first responders will be the first in line as well they should be. At that rate, masks will ... Read More »