Monthly Archives: March 2006
In this week’s Boston Sunday Globe Ideas section (March 26, 2006), Drake Bennett’s Article “A Man’s Right to Choose” exposes an interesting underside to the “Pro choice/Pro life” debate. In a 2000 case called AZ v. BZ, the Massachusetts Supreme … Continue reading
I made a lot of friends by joining a local “Moms Group,” but I don’t actually spend much time attending play groups. But if I wanted to, I could attend a play group every day of the week! I wonder … Continue reading
This morning in Delray, Florida, my husband, daughter and I sought out a place for Sunday Brunch. (We’re here visiting my husband Adam’s grandmother.) Not knowing the area, we decided to search the Internet for recommendations. Since we are vegetarian, … Continue reading
I discovered my first audioblog. What a great idea! It’s like a radio show without the radio station. I enjoyed the blog so much I’ve linked to it: See “The book of Life” in my blogroll.
The “nuclear” family is an apt title for a “small unmanagable group of people ready to explode with the slightest trigger.” I always thought I would avoid raising a family in this enviroment. My husband and I both spent many … Continue reading