Celebrating Life and Liberty: Year Two

Today, my sister and thousands of other cancer survivors were feted at a celebration of Life and Liberty at Liberty State Park hosted by the John Theurer Cancer Center of Hackensack University Medical Center.  This was our second year of attendance and thankfully, my sister is feeling good. In addition to celebrating the patients, their […]

Cheers to 11 Years

This weekend, Ant and I spent our 11th wedding anniversary in Cape May, New Jersey, one of the oldest vacation resorts in the nation.  Cape May is known chiefly known for its ornate Victorian houses in the historic district, shopping arcade, fine restaurants, beautiful beaches, lovely B&Bs, and the bird sanctuaries.  It’s also affectionately known […]

Featured Author: Gwendolyn Heasely

Trying to woo my high school students with books can be, at times, a challenging proposition.  Many of my kids (grades 9-12) are classified Learning Disabled and reading has long been a hated chore to most.  Their comprehension skills are weak and when they come to me as freshmen, most have never known the joy […]