The Aunts who lived in the house on Montrose were the rock of the family, welcoming and nurturing all members, especially those deemed to be in need of their loving care.
The author recalls the revolution brought about by the Beatles and their unique musical sound, a revolution that was felt in her own home, in her neighborhood, and all over the world.
Sharing an apartment with a cat lover can coax a dog person to love the canine set even more.
My husband and I just returned from a week’s vacation on the high seas. It was truly a wonderful holiday; celebrating the New Year on a cruise ship is, I would say, a highlight in my life. Getting there, though, was somewhat of a challenge.
Sweet memories of a mother at her tiny kitchen counter serenely whipping up Christmas goodies for family and friends.
Everyone has stories, both joyful and painful. How they choose to reveal them will have a significant effect on all their relationships.
Martha Farley has a kitchen-sink kind of dream and wonders what it might mean.
Those who care for the elderly are heroes indeed. They are the epitome of spirituality because they see beyond the wrinkles and smells and the things others find revolting. They see the humanity of the elderly, the raw beauty of aging, and embrace it.
It is cold. Colder than it is outside, it’s that awful cold that bites your nose, the air thick with the smell of death and filth. We are stunned; words cannot describe the scene we have walked into.
Over the years I have held many jobs. When I was a teenager I cleaned for a friend of my mothers. The woman lived down the street from us and suffered from arthritis, she needed the help and I needed the cash, it worked out well for both of us. As I got older I […]