By Diane White McNaughton It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas—from back in the day. While technology has dazzled us with lawn-sized synchronized light displays, pre-lit artificial Fraser fir trees with LED lights, and […]
By Diane White McNaughton “Daddy, we have to walk slow, so we don’t miss anything.” These words of wisdom from a jubilant four-year-old in a puffy coat and sneakers about sums it up when strolling […]
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Check out the third issue of The Homefront Series of Harrisburg Magazine.
By Diane White McNaughton Alfred Hitchcock may not be the preeminent spokesperson on a beautiful home (think the dive-bombing feathered friends-turned-enemies in “The Birds”), but he knew that “Happiness is a small house, with a […]
By Jacqueline G. Goodwin, Ed.D. Welcome to the Pandemic Puppy Club! So you finally gave in. You always thought about a getting a dog, but when the coronavirus pandemic became a real thing you decided […]
By Jeff Falk Photo: Evening Primrose by Becky Urban Since the beginning of our time on earth, humans have co-existed with plants, somewhat peacefully. It is an imperfect symbiotic relationship. We give them carbon dioxide, […]
By Jeff Falk We all need time with our families. We all need time with our significant others. And we all need time to ourselves. She sheds and man caves aren’t sexist, or gender-differentiating. Just […]
Check out the second issue of The Homefront Series of Harrisburg Magazine.
Check out the first issue of The Homefront Series of Harrisburg Magazine.