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Its official.  Schools have cautiously reopened across the state, in some form or another.  Parents are slowly returning to the workforce, though many are restrained by the ongoing worry … more
The great French philosopher Albert Camus once penned the words: “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower”.  No words could better capture the glory of fall than these … more
As we continue to live through these times of uncertainty and uneasiness, all are reminded to be extra vigilant when protecting themselves and their loved ones, especially those among us who are most … more
In a recent report by ABC News, the headline looked grim: “Coronavirus is pushing the nation’s childcare industry to the brink of collapse.” The rest of the article had a similar … more
Ahhhhh . . . summer. Summer is here in all its glory! Here are the typical New England days of beachcombing, swimming, sunbathing, sailing and lounging . . . and also of sweaty, grass stained and … more
The American cartoonist and write Robert Leighton once penned the words: “The flower that follows the sun does so even in cloudy days.”  Though it may seem like we are in the middle … more
For young children, the words “social isolation”, “distant learning” and “quarantine” have little context.  For them, life is about playmates, hands-on … more
When the year 2020 appeared on our calendars, we could never have guessed how it would soon unfold, beginning with a global pandemic whose implications have been far-reaching and disruptive. We have … more
In these unusual times, technology has allowed us to do and see things in a new and virtual way. Today, there are many who feel increasingly alone and uncertain when it comes to the care of an … more
Even in the unusual times we are living in, we still need clean clothes. For many, the option of cleaning their clothes in their own homes is, indeed, not an option at all!  This is when an … 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