The HopeLine program is an opportunity for customers to help Verizon and nonprofit organizations break the cycle of violence in the United States.
The Broad Street Run is in few days and while I am not racing (bah to the lottery folk who did not pick my name!) I have still been working (a bit) on getting my wogs in and excited for my friends who are running. Today an article appeared in one of my groups and between the […]
A few weeks ago I took a class at the Philly Circus School and realized two truths: I have little confidence especially when it comes to the trapeze I have little to no upper body strength. The whole time I struggled with that little bar I simultaneously berated myself for not being stronger and challenged […]
Tonight marks one year that I have been a participant in that weight loss study. The group is slightly smaller; we lost about four people since that first meeting and there were a few missing members due to sickness and scheduling conflicts but it was good to see everyone who showed up in real life and get caught […]
Boy meets girl, boy gets girl pregnant, boy then moves to another continent to make relationship with girl a go.
The Starz network has just started showing season two of Outlander (yay!) and I am here for time hopping Claire’s romantic triangle. To be fair, the show is NOT just about Claire being torn between two men. There are wonderful references to history, gorgeous scenery and knit wear. You read correctly; knitting. Last year […]
On Monday, May 16, nationally-recognized “Yarn Ambassador” Shira Blumenthal of Lion Brand Yarn Company will speak at a meeting of the Crochet Guild of Prince William County in Manassas, Va. This is a great opportunity for fiber artists and yarn enthusiasts to meet and interact with a representative of one of the largest and most […]