You don’t have to be an Olympian to enjoy a game of curling. In fact, you’ll find curling clubs in many places, even right here in Maine. Let’s start playing!
Did we learn any lessons from last year’s flu season? Why did fewer people choose to get a flu shot? How would you know if you have the flu? We have some answers from one of Maine’s top infectious disease specialists.
A few weeks ago, I introduced you to Jamaican Burr Gherkins and now I’ve got a few more interesting vegetables to share with you. All from the Farmers Market in Burlington, Vermont.
Did you know that Maine played a significant role in the production of gunpowder during the Civil War? I discovered this bit of history while walking on a beautiful trail in Gorham.
The definition of grief is deep sorrow, but not all people feel it when a significant person in their life dies. They may feel relief, sadness about what never was, shame, anger, guilt, or nothing at all. In part four of Living with Grief, we talk about such feelings and what is called disenfranchised grief.
A list of some Maine orchards that let you pick your own apples. It’s a great way to spend a late summer/early fall afternoon.
Jackie Conn’s husband Tim died February 18, 2018, after suffering a massive stroke. They were always there for each other. Now she often feels as if she’s drifting. I don’t even know who I am anymore, she told me. Jackie shares her story in part two of Living with Grief.
Grief is a natural response to loss and yet how we react can feel anything but normal. We worry that we’re doing it wrong, taking too long, crying too much, feeling too numb. As we’ll find out in Part One of a special series on Living with Grief, there is no right or wrong way to grieve.
I love going to the Farmers’ Market and filling my bags with good food. Check out what’s in season and guess the mystery vegetable.
For years, Luanne Cameron knew her calcium ran slightly high. Only recently did she find out it was a sign that she had a problem with her parathyroid glands. She shares her story so that others won’t go through what she had to.