Last year, I wrote about how November has always been my favorite month—the anticipation of the holidays, the cooler atmosphere and the perfect weather for having cozy afternoons indoors. My opinion still has not changed, I just wanted to reminisce and recap.
Celebrating Grandparent’s on September 10 By Michele D. Baker  September is one of the best times in southwest Florida – temperatures are beginning to ease and the beaches and theme parks are noticeably less crowded.   Grandparent’s Day is September 10, so here...
January… a new beginning. Time to reflect on the past year and make resolutions for the new one, to start a new project, take up a new hobby, or recommit to good habits that may have slipped away.
December is finally here. Our snowbird friends have joined us for the winter, and we’re buckling in for various holiday celebrations and bracing ourselves for the continuance of dropping temperatures. You may have started planning out your month between finances, travel and managing the dwindling hours of sunlight in order to stay organized during the jolliest time of the year. You might also be wondering what would make a perfect gift for that one person (or people) that seem to be impossible to shop for.
March is a great month in Florida – the weather is beautiful, the skies are blue, and the season of festivals and great barbecue is starting up. March brings with it the amazing holiday of St. Patrick’s Day (read more...
Here we are in August again. The sweltering heat may be getting to some of us at this point (if I’m not in air conditioning or a body of water, I turn into a different person). But fear not—we have plenty of tips inside on how to get through the heat, stay hydrated and even enjoy the rest of the summer with tasty recipes.
Celebrating Sunshine & Mothers May is a beautiful month in the South – the weather is fine, the leaves are green, and the beach beckons.  In May, there are also lots of fun celebrations, including “May the Fourth Be With You”...
November has always been a favorite month of mine. Growing up in the Midwest, it always meant that the weather was officially set for cozy holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas and the new year. The cold November rain that Axl Rose so passionately described is in full affect, making it perfect weather to curl into a plush throw blanket and pick up that psycho-thriller novel you’ve been working on for, well, too long.
Life is full of changes and adaptation, something we are reminded of with the turning of the seasons. Although Florida doesn’t show the dramatic flaming end of summer seen in northern areas of the country, we can still feel the slight chill to the air that means the busiest time of the year is coming.
All images from Fishville.com Are you in the Southwest area and looking for a reason to step out and get into a festive mood? The Festival of Lights is just what you need to enjoy the season the Punta Gorda way.   About the...
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