Monthly Archives: March 2013

It’s A Lovely Afternoon For An Easter Tea (March 31 – April 6)

Consider hosting an Easter afternoon tea. The timing easily follows church and an Easter egg hunt. An afternoon tea offers the culinary flexibility to design each platter of food with creativity and a colorful design. Ice bowls can be molded … Continue reading

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Oh, To Laugh As Much As A Seagull (March 24 – March 30)

Dust off your beach shoes and welcome spring with a refreshing walk by the sea. The tactical camaraderie of seabirds will fascinate even the most dedicated dreamer. Seagulls are the sunrise warriors who are so keenly observant as they search … Continue reading

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Yellow and Blue Make Lucky Green For St. Patrick’s Day (March 17 – March 23)

The luck of the Irish has long been associated with the wearing of green. My mother is a professional artist. Truly, before I learned to properly use silverware, she taught me how to mix colors on an artist’s palette. When … Continue reading

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Winter Taps Spring’s Sweetness (March 10 – March 16)

The snowy blanket that tucked in Vermont’s Maple trees in for a winter sleep, treats us to the delightful bronze delight. Recently, Michael and I visited Brattleboro, Vermont. No visit is complete without tasting the sweetest gift that the State … Continue reading

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Find the Balance Between Chilled Relationships & The Warmth of Friends (March 3 – March 9)

I like to welcome spring with good thoughts for others. I have been asked many times to conduct Board retreats for non-profit organizations. The retreats tend to increase participation and help to break down barriers amongst Board members. One technique … Continue reading

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