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A Grandmother’s Gift

By Sarojni Mehta-Lissak

On the summer solstice of 2005, I lost my 94-year-old maternal grandmother, Evelyn Brunel Carr. She had slowly been slipping away from us for at least five years, and though we knew her passing was expected, when it hit – it hit hard. Since then, I have done many things to keep her memory alive, […]

The Gift of Love

By Jason and Dawn Cashatt

Bill and Carolyn Anderson were married 65 years ago when she was just 16 years old, and he was 19. They met in school together in Latta, South Carolina. Five daughters, seven grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren later, Bill and Carolyn are still as much in love as ever. “He’s still my honey after 65 years,” […]

When being invited to a party or get-together, a gift for the hostess is a lovely way to thank them for their hospitality and is always appreciated. You could take the easy way out and buy that same bottle of wine or bouquet of flowers from the grocery store, but with just a little thought, […]

Sasee Santa shoppers looked high and low for the merriest gifts along the Strand – perfect for that special someone on your list! Qualo Ring Made from a durable but comfortable silicone, QALO rings give active people a new way to confidently show their commitment in the gym. They provide a safe, durable alternative to […]

The Photo Gift

By Diane Stark

“Jules, make sure you take a lot of pictures today, OK?” I told my 14-year-old daughter on a recent family outing. “I will,” she promised without hesitation. She knew how important the pictures were to me. They were very important to me, but they weren’t actually for me. No, I needed lots of pictures of […]

The Amy Gift

By Cynthia Cavanaugh

We were moving back “home” to the west coast from our three year stint in a mid-western city. So, I called Aunt Amy in Lincoln, told her we’d be passing through, and we’d like to take her, along with Cousin David, to dinner. No, she insisted, she wanted to cook dinner for us. We arrived […]

Here along the coast, we have beautiful blue skies year round, but when March rolls around, temperature rise and it’s time to think about outdoor living! Today, outdoor living spaces can be anything from elegant and formal to kid friendly and comfortable. So, what is an outdoor room? It’s your special place, created by you, for you and your loved ones to enjoy relaxing in nature.

Sasee has found some unique items to help you spruce up your “great outdoors!” Get creative and have fun!

Cheap Gifts and Love

By Janey Womeldorf

Cost of gift: $2.00. Cost to mail: $22.50. Mother’s Day was fast approaching, and I was clueless what to get. Coming up with original gift ideas for anybody in our family has become virtually impossible with every passing decade. If there’s a point in life when you don’t need more “stuff,” we are all there. […]

Uniquely Gifted

By Diana Stark

“Why didn’t I just offer to make cupcakes?” I asked myself as I pulled into the craft store’s parking lot. For reasons I still didn’t understand, I’d volunteered to plan the craft for my son’s school Christmas party. I am not crafty. And the party was tomorrow. I’d spent time on Pinterest, hoping to find […]

Sharon McIntyre, Edible Arrangements Tell us a little about yourself. I grew up in Oxford, Connecticut; it’s a small town with more cows than people! As soon as I was old enough, I moved to the city (New Haven), and that’s where I met my husband, Dennis. We’ve been married for 32 years and have […]

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