This past weekend was Father’s Day, a day to celebrate the dads in our lives. For us here in Syracuse, New York, the spring has been rainy and cool and not at all like our normal June hot weather. Sunday, for example was around 60 degrees and steady, soaking rain. So, instead of our usual clambake on the deck, I decided to make meatballs and sauce!
During this year’s family vacation, my husband and I were able to sneak away for an overnight without the kids. We chose to head to Frederick, Maryland, a location chosen for its proximity to the Maryland and Virginia wine trails. Our overnight stay was courtesy of Hollerstown Hill Bed and Breakfast.
Perseverance is key to keeping your New Year’s resolutions. I have four, which don’t exactly include wine but are attainably focused on my physical and spiritual health.
In my last post I alluded to the fact I was finishing up a Christmas stocking for my son, a long tradition that started with my mom years ago.
Leadership development has always been a cornerstone of my career. From my earliest days as a leader in the television newsroom, serving as a producer, to my position at Lockheed Martin as the inaugural program manager for the Communications Leadership Development Program, to participation in Leadership Greater Syracuse and other similar programs, I continue to hone my skills in this area to grow as an employee and a person.
It’s pretty easy for me to drink wine or any other drink for that matter but when it comes to water, it’s a different story.
Pizza and red wine are a great pair. Here are a few ideas on some wines to enjoy with a homemade grilled pizza.
Joining a wine club is a great way to experience new and interesting wines without having to leave home.
It’s March 15, also known as the “ides of March.” A soothsayer famously warns Julius Caesar of this time in the middle of March when dark things happen. In Syracuse, New York, we get blizzards in mid March. Twenty-four years ago the Blizzard of 1993 closed schools for days as Central New York dug outContinue reading “Beware the Ides of March”
Those who are astute social media followers know that every Wednesday is known as “#WineWednesday.” The hashtag trends every week and users from individuals to brands capitalize on the fun. Recently, my husband and I decided to cut back on our wine drinking for a variety of reasons. I am searching for a better andContinue reading “Why #WineWednesday Is Important… Sometimes”