A comment on a blog post got me thinking about college (specifically about all the moving involved.)
One of the pleasures of my job is contacting people, requesting they answer our Getting Personal questions and editing their responses for grammar and punctuation.
Today, Offbeat Home had a story about how woefully unprepared one contributor was when she bought her home at age 22.
When News-Gazette families columnist and blogger Julie Wurth wrote about her daughter's experiences with American Girl dolls last fall, I fondly recounted my experience as an American Girl doll owner.
I was so excited to blog about newspapers and coupons today, as well as share with you the content of an ad scheduled for today's paper about coupons.
Sometimes, for me, baking is like alchemy.
You take a group of ingredients, mix them a certain way and the end result (if nothing goes wrong) is a food you love. I often think it's strange how items like breads, rolls, pizza crusts and cinnamon buns have such similar ingredients, but turn into something so individualized.
Rob and I loaded up on plants yesterday evening and planted our garden.
In the past, my garden has consisted of a couple tomato plants, a couple of peppers and some zucchini.
For Mother's Day this year, The News-Gazette is featuring Carolyn Savage.
Nationally, she's known as the woman who became pregnant with another couple's baby after a mix-up at a fertility clinic.
The N-G's somewhat new series, Stretching Your Dollar, got a lot more personal for me last week.