Tag Archives: Junior League of Boston

Julie & Julia & Julie-Ann

I’m glad I took today off from work.  As I try to put together the pieces for today’s blog, it seems like my whole life has been one long string of out of touch moments.  Trying to put it all … Continue reading

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We Saw the Harbor Lights

I’ve written extensively about decorator show houses on this blog and I’ve even bragged that one day I will write the ultimate tome on the topic. Who loves decorator show houses more than me? I’m sorry to say there is … Continue reading

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Writing and Cooking with Moxie

It was a typical Monday; the weather puppets wound everyone up with the threat of a winter storm yesterday afternoon.  Minute by minute radio reports, big warning signs on the interstate, and lots of fear fogging created an atmosphere of … Continue reading

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Angels Unawares

In the event blog readers were unaware, this week’s unstated theme has been “making it through the holidays gracefully.” There were some pictures of simple decorations, ideas on how to stay energized and composed, and even some clever hostess gifties. … Continue reading

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The Masquerade Ball

I got an e-blast from the Junior League of Boston this week, announcing some details of the February 2, 2013 “Service in the City” Charity Ball.  The 2013 event will be a “masquerade ball.” I must have read the blast … Continue reading

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The Little White Halloween Dog

If I rummaged around my spare room long enough, I would find some pictures of my brother and I in our Halloween costumes, getting ready to walk around our neighborhood “Trick or Treating.”  We had a route we always traveled; … Continue reading

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I’ll Think About It Tomorrow

There are many people today predicting “the end of the world as we know it.”  A band that was popular before alternative music was “mainstream” wrote a song about it in 1987.  Since then, the discussion about “the end of … Continue reading

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