My grandmother is an enigma to me. Unfortunately, I did not have the opportunity to meet her. I have a photograph of her that I keep in a book on my coffee table and flip through it on occasion just to look at her. Her sister Rose, my great aunt, is the only one who… Continue reading Letters from Aunt Roe: #1
Two Fab Femmes at it again... Listen in as we chew the fat with politician Nathan Fletcher. We’re discussing the good, the bad and the ugly of politics. Catch a new 2FF episode each Friday.
Hi all. Have you subscribed to the Two Fab Femmes Podcast yet? Each and every Wednesday, we bring you new topics, opinions and laughter. From fashion to politics, and everything in between, underneath, above, inside and outside. Consider us your security blanket covering every relatable topic we women go through. Click here to listen! We… Continue reading Two Fab Femmes – Coming at Ya!
As I sit on the plane awaiting takeoff for my first vacation in nine years, I can't help but question why I don't travel more often. Everyone needs to hit the refresh button from time to time. Now that I work in the hospitality Industry, vacations should be a requirement at least once a year.… Continue reading My Travel Notes…
The other morning I received a call from one of my dearest friends. It’s hard to believe we met over 16 years ago when our flight was canceled and we were both stranded in airport limbo. Incidentally, we were eight years old at the time! Okay, or eight times something. She is one of those… Continue reading 5 Ways to Cope with Christmas
Shari Grande, MSW, PCI Certified Parent Coach Are you struggling to be the best parent possible for your child? When a child has a developmental, social, emotional or learning challenge everyone in the family is affected. Parent coaching starts with you, the parent and supports you and your partner on the journey of raising a… Continue reading What is Grande Parenting Solutions?
Marriage (also called matrimony or wedlock) is a socially or ritually recognized union or legal contract between spouses that establishes rights and obligations between them, between them and their children, and between them and their in-laws. The definition of marriage varies from culture to culture, but it is principally an institution in which interpersonal relationships… Continue reading Interview with a Divorcee
By: Shari Grande - Grande Parenting Solutions At the risk of sounding like Mrs. Grinch I have a confession. I don’t like the Holidays. There, I said it. Perhaps if we could go back to celebrating Halloween AND Thanksgiving prior to the barrage of decorations, cards, food, dinner party invitations, commitments, more food, and… Continue reading The Holidays: Special Needs Style
By | Meghan Strocco Hi everyone. I am back with words of wisdom. Well, I am just back with words 🙂 My sister Julie sent me a book, and it really is special. It spoke to me. It's called "Women in Clothes." I won't bore you with too many details- you can go grab the… Continue reading Fashion Wisdom to “Women in Clothes”
I’ve written about some heavy topics in my short time as a Blogger, but this one is probably the most personal (believe it or not), the hardest and most profound of all for me. I asked my Mom if she would allow me to share a very personal experience that she doesn’t tell anyone. She… Continue reading A Personal Story: My Nonni Josephine