Celebrate Imbolc Today, February 2, is not only Groundhog day and Superbowl Sunday, it is Imbolc. As mentioned in last year’s Imbolc article, “Easy Vegan dinner for Imbolc,” (with recipes), Imbolc (pronouced Im-olk) is one of the Pagan 8 yearly Sabbats and can be referred to as St. Brigid’s Day, Candlemas, or the Mid-Winter Festival […]Read More Imbolc, festival of light
Below is a list of zombie walks, runs, proms, obstacle courses, bar crawls, beauty pageants, and even a zombie dog walk. Get your makeup ready and have fun! Arizona Zombie Pub Crawl in Havasu – Oct. 12 Zombie Walk in Phoenix – Oct. 26 Arkansas Zombie Walk in Paragould – Oct. 26 California Zombie Run […]Read More Zombie events 2013 by state
When I heard there was a free range chicken farm nearby that sold eggs, I immediately got on google maps to find the way to Armstrong Farm. The first day I drove around for 2-1/2 hours without hearing one cock-a-doodle-do. While a lovely drive on the Gold Coast of Long Island on a pretty Spring […]Read More Free range egg farm on Long Island
I am a huge rah-rah fan of New Orleans since I visited last year. Below, more of what I did while in The Big Easy. The Gulf Coast needs our tourist dollars even though the BP oil spill began in April of 2010 and Katrina was six years ago. They still need our support! Then […]Read More Really, go to NOLA!
That’s what I’ve been telling everyone since I came back. I figured New Orleans was a fun place, but found much more than that. Besides the fact that there’s more than enough places to see and things to do for a full week, it simply felt different – like Europe. I’ve never been anywhere else […]Read More Go to New Orleans
Some of these I already own and love, and some are on my wish list. Prices range from free to a few hundred dollars but I’m sure all would be appreciated. Happy shopping! iPod Touch – This is the single most useful object I have ever owned, and I’m not exaggerating when I say I […]Read More 20 gift ideas for people who like to travel
The top must-do attraction in New Orleans is Cafe Du Monde. So many people – from tour guides, hotel workers, the mailman, and folks on the street suggested I must go to the Cafe Du Monde across from the French Market. Opened in 1862, the Du Monde serves only coffee, milk, hot chocolate, OJ, soft […]Read More Must do in New Orleans – Cafe Du Monde