You may remember my husband's decluttering vacation last January.
He was off and I wasn't, and he decided to tackle the mess in our breezeway and garage. I was a bit nervous about his tendence to throw things out in a rush.
This may be a low-key summer for our family, vacation-wise.
Summer is in full swing this weekend, lots of festivals, some early Fourth of July celebrations and ice cream! Not to mention National Pollinator Week. Let’s hope the weather actually feels like summer!
A fundraiser for a Champaign mom with a debilitating muscle disease netted more than $50,000 Friday night.
Organizers were stunned by the turnout at the benefit for Tricia Evans at the Hilton Garden Inn, which drew more than 500 people.
We are not yard people by nature. Rather, we are not “yard work” people.
We inherited a beautiful yard when we bought our house in 2001 from a professor of landscape architecture. Nice patio out back, perennial beds, brick walkways, lots of shade trees, spring bulbs, flowering bushes, the works. And still plenty of lawn for the kids to play.
It's never good when I get a phone call from my husband that starts, "You're going to be really mad about this."
I was at work, he was at home with the kids, and my first thought was another window had been broken (topic for future blog post).
But not this time.
Your options for this weekend just get curiouser and curiouser, from an “Alice in Wonderland” adventure at the Orpheum to a vintage baseball game to a "Furry Friends Overnight." Something for everyone!
The first symptoms appeared a year ago, when Tricia Evans noticed her legs getting tired.
There was no pain, just weakness, and she had developed a slight limp.
A busy working mom of two, Evans didn’t go to the doctor right away. When she did, in July, doctors prescribed exercise to strengthen her muscles.
OK, it's not technically summer yet, but school is finally over — which means you need more things for the kids to do than ever! This weekend you can take them to a safety fair, the fishing hole, a pow-wow, a spring festival, concerts, or a new kids’ rock ‘n’ roll musical about bugs. Happy summer break!