By: Cheryl Maguire I realized I may sound like a person who was born in the 1900s with tales of walking 1,000 miles to school, but I am going to babble away anyway, despite my dated references and occasional senility. When I was growing up the only way we received a snow day is if … More There’s Snow Easy Way to Say it—Schools On!￼
By: Kathy Trainor Who could forget last winter? And the 8 feet of snow in less than 30 days? With another snow storm headed our way and one just over. I had to bring out a few tricks from last year. When children get “cabin fever,” one way to keep them occupied is by doing something unexpected. In … More Cabin Fever Picnic
By: Heather O’Neill We’ve had quite a few snow days these last couple of weeks and with that I’ve watched more than my fair share of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. If you have kids under the age of 10 or remember the 90s when the Turtles were first introduced, you know that there are … More Lessons From The Turtles
By: Jessica Aldred As New England grunts and bears all that winter has to offer, I find that there are two types of mothers: those who legitimately enjoy the snow and extra time at home spent with their children, and those who dread those unplanned snow days and pray they don’t see their city or town’s name scrolling … More Let it Snow!