Why Is a Heroine a Heroine…Your Heroine?

Why Is a Heroine a Heroine…Your Heroine?

Barb wrote a nice post …… about our heroines and everyone being someone’s heroine, which made me think of the definition of the word. A heroine doesn’t need a cape, nor does the word mean “a super-woman who saves your life and/or the universe”. While …continue here—>

Beachy-Flowy, Dresses for a Beach Wedding

Beachy-Flowy, Dresses for a Beach Wedding

Shopping for a bathing suit is NOT fun. That’s a given, so this post is not going to go over the horrors of dressing room mirrors, dressing room lighting or the dismal chore of trying to imagine what the suit will look like without your …continue here—>

France vs South Korea for Gold Medal of Love

France vs South Korea for Gold Medal of Love

Well, of course the Valentine’s Day card originated in France!! Where else? Valentine’s Day Card is Born Legend has it that the Valentine’s Day card tradition dates back to 1415 and is based on love letters/poems Charles, Duke of Orleans would send his wife,  Bonne …continue here—>

We Report on Lynnelle’s Visit to St. Augustine

We Report on Lynnelle’s Visit to St. Augustine

For some reason, I’m feeling like a reporter of the social pages in a Southern newspaper in the mid 20th Century. So, here we report on Lynnelle’s Visit to St. Augustine—the goal of her recent road trip. “Barbara Hart was delighted to have visitors this …continue here—>

Women (over 60) Just Want to Have Fun

Women (over 60) Just Want to Have Fun

Barb here.  Lynnelle will be here soon!   Lynnelle and her Sweetie and the littlest Pablo are coming to St. Augustine. My sweetie, AKA EW is excited (I think he misses Pablo) but he also loves Lynnelle like a brother and likes her sweetie as only …continue here—>

Thanksgiving Traditions

Thanksgiving Traditions

“Traditions” change. Those rituals, meals, and celebrations that we swore were cast in stone are altered as our families grow or as our lives change. I used to think of Thanksgiving as one of those inviolable traditions, “If you want to see us on Thanksgiving …continue here—>