64 Family Reunions and One Jar of Gummy Worms

“I never win anything at these reunions,” said our nine-year-old daughter Ava. Her older sister Anna had won the candy jar guessing game the year before. They’ve both been to the reunion almost every year of their lives. more »

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A Perfect Pear

“We didn’t know all the sacrificing that would be involved when we were envisioning the business, dreaming big,” explains Alice. “I had no idea because before this I was home for three years with babies while Jordan was working in restaurants." more »

Aug 13, 2012 7:19 PM -downtown- 5 Comments

Life Coaching: Reclaiming My Window Seat

Amy figures out what's been missing for the last few months. more »

Jun 12, 2012 3:35 PM LIVED TO TELL 9 Comments

Camping on the Shore: Assateague

For the true beach ambiance—relaxation without a lot of distractions—the walk-in sites are the way to go. You park in a designated spot and walk 200 feet down a wooden boardwalk, until you reach the campsites that lay behind the tufts of wax myrtle. more »

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In Between Life and Death: Cutting the Grass

Eastern Shore native Taylor Spies is someone that seemed destined to be a great man. You got that sense meeting him when he was 14. Then he died in his sleep last Friday morning. He was 36 years old, married, with two sons under the age of 3. more »

Apr 27, 2012 3:55 PM -man cave- 12 Comments

Act Like You Have Been in the End-Zone Before

Amy reflects on holiday imperfections. more »

Jan 10, 2012 12:00 AM LIVED TO TELL 3 Comments

Kicking the In-laws Out

Ms. Savvy helps set some boundaries just in time for the holidays. more »

Nov 22, 2011 12:00 AM ASK MS. SAVVY 1 Comments