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What No One Shares + Honey Mustard Rosemary Chicken

I’ll get to the chicken in a minute but first…  For years I have had friends sending off their first born children to college. I have sent gifts and notes of congratulations, but never have I felt compassion for the Mothers and Fathers who now have an empty chair at their dinner table and walk…

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  • Sophia Terra-Ziva - Oh, you got me filled with emotions and wondering what I’ll be doing and thinking when that times comes in our home.
    Sending you my love and good winds to your boy!ReplyCancel

    • admin - Thanks Sophia. It was a wonderful experience. I’m a lucky Mom. I’m sure you are too. Enjoy the ride.ReplyCancel

  • Elaine Leighton - Wonderful writing, Sally! It is our job to launch them and it is a HUGE milestone when they first leave for college. It will be another transition when #2 leaves, though, as I have just experienced.ReplyCancel

    • admin - Thanks Elaine. I’m anticipating this whole scene again as my second son is a Senior preparing for college next year. We’ll do it four times in all. I’m guessing each will be a little different. Best of luck to your kids!ReplyCancel

  • Jenni - What a beautiful post! Your son looks every inch the collegiate–I know you must be very proud. So glad I stopped in. I hope Paul has a wonderful college career.

    PS Please pass the chicken!ReplyCancel

  • Gwen Forloine - Beautifully written Sally.ReplyCancel

Clams Steamed with Tarragon

Steamed clams with fresh tarragon, butter and white wine.  I think if you close your eyes you can hear seagulls and the splash of the tide. Life  when my kids were 8, 7, 4 and 2 was undeniable hectic. BUT, some things were just easier.  The main thing was logistics.  Basically, if one kid did…

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BLT Pizza

My hat is off to woman who go to work all day then come home and put together a meal for their family.  I complain about being pulled in too many directions and not having time to pull it all together.  How dare I complain.  My mother was that woman!  She worked full time with…

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