The following is a guest post by Robert Greenberg, author of How to Listen to Great Music: A Guide to Its History, Culture, and Heart. Ah, bedtime. The kids' teeth are brushed; their pj's are on; the book has been read, and then read again. They have been kissed goodnight. At which point begins THE BIG STALL. "I'm hungry"; "I'm thirsty"; "I need to go to the bathroom"; "I need … [Read more...] about Bedtime Music: 10 Soothing Classical Pieces for Kids
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I’m a big family man, and after moving to LA, it seems like I haven’t been able to get back home as often as I would like. Don’t get me wrong, I love LA (with the exception of the traffic obviously), but there’s nothing better than spending a few days with the fam back home in Salt Lake City. I even got to have a slumber-party with my niece and nephews where we … [Read more...] about The Easiest Road-Trip E-V-E-R (Seriously)!
Our family of four headed north from our home in Santa Monica in our loyal 2002 Volkswagen Van to visit San Francisco and explore the North California Coast up to the Redwoods of Mendocino and across the central valley of California to the historic gold country along Highway 49: Nevada City, Downieville and the Yuba River. We spent two nights in San Francisco, a splurge at the … [Read more...] about Rivers, Bluegrass and Gold – A Northern California Roadtrip
An article from Traveling Pat!Patricia is a regular contributor. She has an adventurous spirit with a love for travel. Follow along with Pat as her journey takes her around the world.Enjoy! ♥Wendy Irene--Together again, Barb, Aaron and I. It’s not India this time but the 3 of us set out for a day trip from Tucson Arizona with our ultimate … [Read more...] about Wine, Books and Day Tripping in Arizona
We’re one month into autumn. School and work and life schedules have reverted to some sort of “normal” structure. Sweaters and suits have come out of closets to replace bikinis and sunglasses. Leaves are changing from green to red, gold, and brown, or, depending on where you are, have already begun to fall. There’s a heavy note of regularity in the air, a feeling of going back … [Read more...] about Fall is the New Spring