Posts tagged "gramma good"

My Fruity Faces: Gramma Good Sweepstakes

My Fruity Faces: Gramma Good Sweepstakes
When I was a little girl I played with Mr. Potato Head. The little pieces were made of plastic and I would create a face on a raw potato!! Not very educational or healthy! I now have the pleasure of introducing you to My Fruity Faces... My grandchildren and I sit together as I teach them in a fun, artistic and unique... Read more »

Gramma's "Do's" On Gardening

Gramma's "Do's" On Gardening
What prompted me to write about gardening? I am madly (and I do mean madly) in love with all forms of nature. The smell of the sea, the sway in the trees caused by a soft wind, a hummingbird nest filled with babies, a tomato vine ripe with all sized plump red tomatoes, my orchid plants though out... Read more »

Seasonal Affective Disorder: Beat the Winter Blues

Seasonal Affective Disorder: Beat the Winter Blues
There is something about the winter that can make you lethargic, bummed out, and even depressed. Seasonal Affective Disorder, aptly abbreviated SAD, affects millions of Americans, and manifests itself in difficulty concentrating, lack of productivity and a desire to sleep all the time among other depression-like symptoms. Even just uttering the words, “I hate winter,” could be a... Read more »
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Warm Up with a Delicious Bowl of Lentil Soup!

Warm Up with a Delicious Bowl of Lentil Soup!
This recipe makes a big batch that will last for days. I prefer French lentils, which are nice and meaty and cook a bit faster, but you could also use your choice of green or red lentils.  I love cooking with lentils because they have such a great helping of protein and fiber, and are... Read more »

A Good Father's Day Tribute

A Good Father's Day Tribute
My father was a gentleman and a gentle man. He wore his badge of honor quietly. His quiet strength provided substance in all that he said and all that he did. I know you have stories just like mine. Let’s share our good stories and talk about the values your father taught you. Father’s Day is right around the... Read more »

Bacon, Bacon and Turkey Bacon

Bacon, Bacon and Turkey Bacon
Many of us sacrifice taste for health, which is the case with substituting bacon for turkey bacon. Even though we don’t swoon over the alternative like we do for the original, we are consuming fewer calories and less fat. Well here are tips from Gramma Good who did her research on “ the skinny on bacon” to find... Read more »
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Stories of True Donation

Stories of True Donation
Grammas, have you heard of the one-year rule? If you haven’t worn something in one year – even if it still has the price tag on it – donate it or pass it along to someone else who will appreciate it. In the process, you free your closet from clutter and make someone else very... Read more »

Jealousy over the “Other” Mother

Jealousy over the “Other” Mother
Mothers-in-law do not have the best reputation, even before they are given a chance. My daughter’s mother-in-law was different than those depicted on shows like “Everyone Loves Raymond,” but I had frustrations nonetheless. Although she has since passed away, her kindness to my daughter will never be forgotten, nor will the lesson I learned from... Read more »

A Lesson and Painting for my Grandson

A Lesson and Painting for my Grandson
My first-born grandchild, Ben, recently came to spend time with us for a few days! I was excited that I thought about many things before his visit. I thought about my life with my own grandmother. How times have changed the family unit! It is sad for grandmothers living a great distance away from their... Read more »
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A Lesson and Painting for my Grandson

A Lesson and Painting for my Grandson
My first-born grandchild, Ben, recently came to spend time with us for a few days! I was excited that I thought about many things before his visit. I thought about my life with my own grandmother. How times have changed the family unit! It is sad for grandmothers living a great distance away from their... Read more »