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When all the world seems upside down, it is so important to cling to the traditions and celebrations that remind us that there are some things that even a global pandemic can’t steal from us. … more
Though they come from entirely different walks of life, Suzy Verdelotti and Nathan Bouchard have one thing in common ~ they had suffered from chronic pain for far too long.  Suzy had constant … more
Nothing says summer better than bouquets of fresh flowers, long days of sunshine and the annual traditions surrounding FIREWORKS on July 4th  ~ and nobody embraces these telltale signs of the … more
Ahhhhh . . . summer.  Summer is just around the corner, and finally, (after months of waiting), so are the days of beachcombing, swimming, sunbathing, sailing and lounging . . . and also sweaty, … more
For many people who suffer from chronic pain, it can often feel as though there will never be any relief, much less anything close to a “happy ending”!  For 28-year old Eva Lanoue, … more
In times such as these, it is hard to imagine life returning to how we once knew it to be ~ action-packed days to keep us busy, milestone events to mark, sports banquets and tournaments to celebrate, … more
At times like these, when it seems like we are the cusp of returning to a sense of normalcy, we cling to the “constants” in our lives to help us see a way forward.  For many of the … more
There are many reasons why customer Jayne Hannah is loyal to Kaushal and Sripal Jain, the owners of Johnston’s busy laundromat Jain’s Laundry. Her enthusiasm for this couple, and the … more
An anonymous author once penned the words “In joy and in sadness, flowers are our constant friends.”  In these uncertain times, when the only thing that seems “constant” … more
At times like this, when it seems like nothing is the same ~ and everything has changed ~ we look to the “constants” in our lives to give us a sense of normalcy.  For many of the … more