Of Daffodils and Spring

Cynthia L. Eppley 04/07/2021 Spring If you’ve been outside at all, you’ll know that spring is upon us, and (hopefully) there will be no more snow.At least if you live in the Metro Philadelphia area.And with the coming of Spring comes the flowers. If you have been reading my blogs, you already know that IContinue reading “Of Daffodils and Spring”

Christmas Traditions

Cynthia L. Eppley 12/24/2020 “I’ll be home for Christmas” takes on new meaning this year, doesn’t it? One in California, one in Spain. And Covid Separations.Though far apart, what are the traditions that bind us together? Cookies Cookies take on a historic significance don’t they? We tend to love what we were raised with; andContinue reading “Christmas Traditions”

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