‘Get drunk, get naked and BE somebody!’

The ladies came together and bedlam ensued. The scenery changes, but the revelry remains a constant in the lives of all of them. Two ladies touched down in a newly-chilled Boston, anxious to begin some seriously overdue face-time with their east coast counterparts. The cobble-stoned streets of the North End, lit up with holiday anticipation, fueled the overall excitement of the reunion as the thought of alcohol coating their throats quickened their steps....more

IVF and the Newlywed: Runaway Heart

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The Root of Love

from http://romancingthestone.wordpress.com I am reading a book called “The Places That Scare You.” By Pema Chodron. She is an American woman who became a Tibetan monk after living a life as wife and mother. While her words speak of the Buddhist faith, meditation and balance, her history rests on a life not unlike our own. ...more

IVF and the Newlywed: The Places That Scare You

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IVF and the Newlywed: The Things You Give Away

Come visit me at the below sites:  http://romancingthestone1.blogspot.com/2009/08/things-you-give-away.html or http://romancingthestone.wordpress.com ...more

I recently forced my new hubby to get rid of his bachelor couch.  It was a difficult ...more

The Tick Graveyard

My girlfriend and I took our two dogs and my two girls for a walk in the woods. It was a gloriously warm, but crisp Fall day. When we returned home we all felt a little itchy… We quickly found a tick on my youngest daughter. (In fact, I feel itchy just thinking about it). Next thing I knew we were all taking off our pants in the driveway because each had about a half-dozen ticks, and many more on each of the two dogs! We decided not to pick the ticks off and just drop them onto the driveway because they would jump right back on us. ...more

What Do We Lose if Boston Loses the Globe?

There's been a cliffhanger drama playing out in the news industry over the last few weeks as negotiators for the New York Times company and the unions representing employees of the Boston Globe try to agree on millions of dollars in wage concessions, hoping to save Beantown's only daily broadsheet. ...more

The fate of the Boston Globe is serious. We need newspapers. I've read posts on other blogs ...more

An Act to: Support the Commonwealth and its Residents

Poverty, for many, is inescapable. Education and training are essential for well being and job function. Low-income families would benefit most from education and training, but are least likely to receive it. In order for low-income families to access better paying jobs an effort needs to be made to help them attain the training necessary. Crittenton Women's Union (CWU) is a Boston based non-profit whose mission is to help low-income women and families attain economic independence. ...more

It's 2009...rock on!