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The Call You Never Want to Receive

April 29th, 2016|1 Comment

A few weeks ago, Ellen had a CT scan that showed a tumor in her ovary and another small mass in her abdomen that the radiologist reported as “suspicious.” The only way to know if it was cancerous was to do surgery. At that point, life as we knew it halted, and we went through [...]

Learning From Our Mistakes

March 20th, 2016|5 Comments

Last year, Jenna came home to visit Ellen for her spring break and it wasn't one of our best trips: Jenna left in tears and Ellen felt rejected and hurt. This week, we reflect on ways we tried to communicate better to ensure a relaxing, enjoyable visit this time around. Read this week's post to [...]

Please Eat the Daisies

March 13th, 2016|0 Comments

The headline “Please Eat the Daisies” caught my eye, and after I read the article announcing that a mother-daughter duo from Philadelphia was in Naples to lead a demonstration on creating edible centerpieces, I signed up immediately! You can imagine how delighted I was when I walked into the session last week and saw yet [...]

The Food List

March 7th, 2016|3 Comments

Jenna’s coming to visit this week!  The first thing on my mind is, “What should I make for dinner and what foods do I need in the house?” Why? Because I want to feed Jenna well (it’s part of being a mom!) and secondly, Jenna is gluten free.  Plus, she gets cranky if she opens [...]

From Generation to Generation – Part II

February 22nd, 2016|0 Comments

The world is moving at a rapid pace – and Baby Boomers and Millennials are responding differently to the dramatic shifts in the way we live. How do technology, globalization and female empowerment affect our mother-daughter relationships? Jenna shares her thoughts in this week’s post: It was enlightening to read my mom’s post last week. [...]

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