Depending on your age, station in life, and where you live, a snowy day means different things. FUN times--and not a care in the world! As a kid, seeing those fat fluffy flakes falling to earth means snow angels, snow balls, snowmen. For some it could be a sled, a toboggan, skiing. Possibly, a day… Continue reading Dishing with Di: Snow Days!
So much is missing! History wasn’t my favorite subject in school. All those dry dates of battles and events. Bleh! These days I’m not sure true history is even taught. During my teens my favorite books to read were those romances set in the south, ala: GONE WITH THE WIND. Personally, I thought Scarlett a… Continue reading Dishing with Di: Bygone Days
Follow that flank steak! America is a mobile nation. We're a people of wanderlust. The reasons why vary. Some are sound, some forced on us, often as a matter of survival. Many tribes of the first people of America roamed along with the game they needed to feed themselves. The Pilgrims braved an ocean voyage… Continue reading Dishing with Di: Home is where you hang your heart!
December 21st marked the "official" opening of winter, yet spring has been teasing us in Maine. Rain and wind has cleared the snow and ice off the roofs, melting much of the white stuff off the ground. This is winter? The officials must be wrong. Considering we got snow two days before Halloween, what’s a… Continue reading Dishing with Di: Could this be Spring?
Diana Tobin--perfect for the holidays! Hey, Guys. Christmas is coming on like a freight train. My mind is reeling with things to do--and memories of Christmas past. I'm scheduled for a mini-family reunion in December, too. Las Vegas here I come. Bright lights, big city as the saying goes. So much to plan. And the… Continue reading Dishing with Di: Multi-published author Diana Tobin reveals the roots of inspiration in time for Christmas.