#ThrowbackThursday: A Post About Conference Calls

I love the Facebook memories feature. It shows me items I posted on “this day in Facebook history” and most of the time, it makes me smile! Today, I saw a video I shared two years ago that really hit close to home. If you haven’t seen it yet, and you frequently participate in conferenceContinue reading “#ThrowbackThursday: A Post About Conference Calls”

Children Cost a Lot….and so Does the Wine!

It’s the time of year when the Department of Agriculture releases its study about how much it costs to raise a child. This year, the department estimates the cost of raising a child from birth through age 17 is $233,610, or as much as almost $14,000 annually. And this is based on 2015 numbers! ReadingContinue reading “Children Cost a Lot….and so Does the Wine!”

Wine for Decking the Halls

Many of us have already started decorating our homes, preparing for Christmas. We have our tree up and the decorations up around the house but we still need to do outside. We also ordered a second tree this year that will need to be trimmed when it arrives. In addition to the fun holiday musicContinue reading “Wine for Decking the Halls”

My Picks for Thanksgiving Wine

I figured I should do a short post today about my choices for Thanksgiving wine. Before you all head out to the liquor stores and stare at the shelves and wonder! I suggest a red and a white because both go with turkey and this way, you satisfy those who prefer one over the other.Continue reading “My Picks for Thanksgiving Wine”

Wine for the First Snow Day of the Season

It’s Nov. 21. Mark this day as the first snow day of the 2016-17 winter season. We all didn’t think the forecasts could be true. In fact, the Weather Channel posted a snowfall map last Wednesday with 12 to 18 inches over Syracuse. Given how early it was and how often the weather folks areContinue reading “Wine for the First Snow Day of the Season”