Tag: family stories

Playing With Invisible Men

Back in the day, my hometown, Sayville, Long Island, was in the midst of a growth spurt with neighborhood developments and new schools to accommodate the bursting baby boomer generation. Children were everywhere. Organized playdates and managed time were not yet invented. Kids played… Continue Reading “Playing With Invisible Men”

Windows and Wildlife

My family moved from a cozy cottage in Amityville, Long Island to a brand new spacious colonial in Sayville—20 miles further east on the island that felt rural to my Brooklyn-born parents and their families still rooted in the homeland. My parents had bought… Continue Reading “Windows and Wildlife”

‘Tis The Season

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Weekend Coffee Share is a time for us to take a break and enjoy some time catching up with friends (old and new)! Grab a cup of coffee. What’s been going on in your life? What are your weekend… Continue Reading “‘Tis The Season”

An Ode to Plastic Covered Furniture

You don’t see it too often anymore. Once it was all the rage and a must-have in every living room. It was advertised as practical and clean—every housewife’s dream. Many homes I knew in my youth had plastic covers on sofas, coordinating chairs, and… Continue Reading “An Ode to Plastic Covered Furniture”

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