National Arboretum Family Excursion

FInally some lovely weather for enjoying Nature. Yes, by all means make a visit to the National Arboretum. Below are the original pillars from the Capital which stood during the time of Abraham Lincoln. If you live in Annapolis like me and you don’t have the time to visit Washington D.c, there are many beautifulContinue reading “National Arboretum Family Excursion”

Mother’s Day Date at Farmers’Market

Mother’s Day Date at Farmer’s Market.  I had a great time last Sunday with my son Christopher. We selected a number of farm fresh items at the Annapolis downtown Farmers’ Market, walked home with our purchases, and then Chris cooked me breakfast and we ate outside in our garden. Joining us for breakfast  was husband PeterContinue reading “Mother’s Day Date at Farmers’Market”

Mother and Daughter Bond Through Poems

Editors Letter from May issue of Chesapeake Taste magazine 2012 A thick, shabby blue book with transparent thin pages sits on my bookshelf. Titled, Combined Louis Untermeyer edition of Modern British and Modern American poetry, it belonged to my mother. It was one of her college textbooks from one of her favorite classes, and herContinue reading “Mother and Daughter Bond Through Poems”