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Living in the Moment May 2012

I have a confession to make. I am a pusher — of blueberries. As the month of June arrives, I always anticipate the berry picking season. It's such a simple pleasure, I feel compelled to share i... Read more

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Fashionistas tend to exhibit a certain  je ne sais quos, by that I mean — a certain something special. This came to mind as I was enjoying the beautiful river views from Mud Island this week. I was... Read more

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Her blog, Little House in the Suburbs, puts a modern twist on the DYI life Read more

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No matter how careful you are, if you've got a child with allergies, life can be tricky. You can't always know what your child is getting into when he's away at daycare or camp. That's what prompte... Read more

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If you're headed to the Tampa Bay area this summer, here's a destination you won't want to miss. LEGOLAND Florida in Winterhaven (55 miles east of Tampa, 50 miles southwest of Orlando) officially o... Read more

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There's nothing like a playground to bring out clever children. I was completing my laps at Audubon Park recently when I came across this handsome boy. Not only is Christian smartly dressed, in his... Read more

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Summer is a great time for kids to explore new worlds. Why not try a day camp? We made a flurry of calls and these organizations still had openings as of Wednesday, May 23rd.   THEATRE/PERF... Read more

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I love the springtime. That's when the frogs in my neighbor's pond begin to sing and transport me to places far wilder than my urban neighborhood. I've often wondered what it is I'm hearing out the... Read more

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As Southerners, we like our food salty, sweet, and plentiful. But as parents, we need to consider how our eating habits shape the health and well-being of our children. And that starts with smarter... Read more

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Ah, the fashionista, always looking for adventure. I spied charming Miss Emilie at the zoo this week, striking a pose by some topiary. The shrub was fashioned in the shape of a giraffe, just like t... Read more

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Like many Memphians, I love biking the Greenline. But sometimes, I yearn for curves and water views. That's when I take the Wolf River Greenway. I like to start on the dirt trails that wind through... Read more

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Fashionistas are often on the go. And what better way to travel than by scooter? I recently met Janice, as her mom is one of our Facebook friends. Doesn't she look adorable?  What caught my eye... Read more

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The passing of beloved children's book author Maurice Sendak touched the hearts of many in Memphis. Sendak died Tuesday, May 8th, following a stroke. He was 83. The author was considered among the ... Read more

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What is it about little boys that makes them so delicious? Is it the way they flash that devilish grin as they toddle out of reach? I happened upon this little heart throb while roaming the zoo... Read more

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The People: Mary Allison Cates and Susan Schwartz, owners of Sew Memphis, celebrate the grand opening of their new sewing shop, which offers contemporary print fabrics, notions, and a creative outp... Read more

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