I’ve had impulses, from time to time, to take on certain polarizing issues related to children and families. But I generally don’t. Friends and acquaintances occasionally quip, “Sounds like there’s a column here!” when such issues arise, and still, I don’t.
I recently attended a telenet presentation at the University of Illinois Extension Office. This program, “All About Tomatoes,” was presented by Elizabeth Wahle, an extension educator. I wasn’t sure I would learn anything new about tomatoes. I was wrong!
I finally put myself on the list. My “to do” list. You see, it finally dawned on me that in order for me to take care of everyone and everything on my list, I have to be on the list, too. And not just on it. First.
GENEVA – Downtown Geneva merchants will host the fifth annual Gardenology event at 10 a.m. May 18, located along Third Street.
It appears spring has finally arrived. The forsythia, crab trees, magnolias and redbuds have all bloomed. One thing nice about the cooler, spring weather was having these beautiful trees and bushes hold onto to their blooms a bit longer.
GENEVA – Barnes and Noble bookstore in Geneva, will host a meet-and-greet event and book signing with the authors of “Fluffy, Funny, and Fabulous: A Tale of Five Sisters” from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 4.
I’m surprised my kids’ names didn’t end up in the police blotter.
BATAVIA – STAGE, the parent booster group that supports theater arts at both Batavia High School and Rotolo Middle School, will sponsor a dinner fundraiser in conjunction with the comedy classic “Arsenic and Old Lace,” beginning at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at The Batavia Fine Arts Centre, 1201 Main St., Batavia.
I have always enjoyed watching birds in my garden, especially when they take up residence in one of my birdhouses in the spring.
After a week that included bad news and a flooded basement, a box of kittens was just what we needed. Holly agreed.
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