One of my biggest regrets of childhood is that I never latched onto a sport. I came from an arts and music kind of family, so exercise and sports were not something that we pursued. One of my aunts once joked that our family’s idea of Outward Bound was going to a spa. That should… Continue reading Serving up some Humility
Ok…sorry to any man reading today’s post. This one is about clothes and makeup, although from the Daily Frosting perspective. Hmmm…you can also go shopping for someone, too…hadn’t thought about that… As a friend of mine in college used to say about Spring…”I love Spring. Everyone wears their legs”. And in going to a university… Continue reading Good Tees and Lovely Lips
“Live in each season as it passes; breath the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the earth.” -Henry David Thoreau Thank you, Mr. Thoreau. And I know, we’ve all seen this quote a bazillion times, but you know, sometimes it’s worth revisiting good things. They are great… Continue reading Good Thought for Today
Every spring is the only spring – a perpetual astonishment.-Ellis Peters Got that right, Mr. Peters. First we were astonished that there was no real winter (at least around this part of the country) and now we are astonished that it’s officially Spring. We have waited patiently and now we can finally hear those fabulous… Continue reading Pack Away Those Boots!
I have a total love-hate relationship going right now with my subscription to Travel and Leisure magazine and with the email blasts that I get from TripAdvisor.com. I scored the magazine from one of those “pick 3 subscriptions for only $1 each” deals from my credit card. Seemed like a decent idea since the cost… Continue reading A Drop in the Bucket
I think I would be remiss if I let the actual St. Patrick’s day go by without sending out a good ol’ Irish blessing to you all. After all, we all are a smidge Irish today… “May you always be blessed with walls for the wind. A roof for the rain. A warm cup of… Continue reading A Wish
March, to me, means two things. St. Patricks’s Day (being the crazy non-Irishwoman that I am) and Maple Syrup time. The earth is starting to wake up a little bit now…grass is getting a tad greener, we are seeing some blooms appear…the days are warmer and the nights are still cool. THAT is precisely syrup… Continue reading Sappy is Good