“All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players.”
Thus said Shakespeare, way back in 1603 when As You Like It was first performed. Living in the Upper Valley in 2019, it’s easy to imagine
The old year is over, the new one has just begun. That means we’re all making resolutions to eat less and exercise more.
Do you ever count the many blessings that have come your way and think that you would like to give back to your community in some meaningful way? Do you entertain the idea of serving as a volunteer somewhere, but you’re just not sure where?
So the snow came early this year, and it just keeps coming. No doubt a fair number of you are now daydreaming about vacations in Florida or New Mexico, maybe checking out rentals on Airbnb or Trivago.
Winter in New England is the season for wool socks, hot chocolate, and flannel sheets. But it’s also the time of year when people’s houses are most likely to catch on fire.
Winter snuck up on us this year, bringing snow and school delays a whole week before Thanksgiving. We barely had time to change the tires on our vehicles and remember where we had stowed hats and gloves last spring before the cold white stuff was demanding our attention.