Posts tagged Erie Pa.

Fashion Friday — paws for some prrrrints

   August 29, 2014 6:26 am    0

Purr-fectly patterned leopard and other animal prints are here to stay for fall and beyond — even in sportswear. Just look at the smashing Nike dress Serena Williams is sporting at the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament in NYC — going on now. It is $80 at Tennis Warehouse. Leopard print is trending for fall according to Paris Fashion…

 

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Celebrate Women’s Equality Day today

   August 26, 2014 2:19 pm    0

Today’s the day that commemorates the date in 1920 when women got the right to vote.  But that’s not all — it marks the culmination of decades that women tried to get the right to vote. Read more at https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/womens-equality-day/ Tell your daughters! Pam Parker is the editor of Lake Erie LifeStyle, Her Times and House to Home at the Erie Times-News in…

 

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House Lady visits Golden Road paradise

   August 23, 2014 7:18 am    0

I was thinking of the movie”On Golden Pond” the entire time I visited Misty O’Connor’s home at 4530 Golden Road. The country setting with 11 pristine acres, a horse barn and much more just makes you want to sit down and enjoy nature. And yes there are plenty of fish in the two stocked ponds —…

 

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Fashion Friday — here come statement tights for fall

   August 22, 2014 9:03 am    0

Splash that color on for fall. Think color-run color. A lot of designers are splashing patterns all over the place — especially legs. The Libertine collection takes the ‘60’s to another level  “with vibrant splatters of paint that resemble graffiti artwork,” according to a news release. At BUSTLE, statement tights are the latest and greatest. ” … the tights of…

 

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International Bacon Day coming up Saturday, Aug. 30

   August 19, 2014 7:57 am    0

We can all ham it up and fry, bake, broil or sizzle on Saturday, Aug. 30. International Bacon Day is celebrated the Saturday before Labor Day in the United States. Labor Day is Monday, Sept. 1 this year. Wikipedia attributes Bacon Day to folks in the city of Bedford, Massachusetts. I never would have known bacon had its own day if Sarah Park from…

 

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Shout out to all the women in Corry

   August 18, 2014 7:00 am    1

Thursday I spoke to a group of 100 professional women at the Corry Area Chamber of Commerce. It was great fun. I sat with a group of retired teachers, met a mom in a blended family with 19 grandchildren and much more.  Discussion at our table ranged from great quilting ideas to travel arrangements. One thing…

 

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House lady visits Girard charmer

   August 16, 2014 6:28 am    0

A quaint home in Girard offers a home and a carriage house all for $169,900. Read the full story here, and check out the video at left. Sue Scholz shares some great gardens. Read her story Gardens that wow spark ideas. Here are a few more stories you’ll want to read: Style at Home: 5 tips…

 

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What we learned from a Girl Scout, dad and Legos

   August 11, 2014 6:04 am    0

Our visiting Girl Scout in the newsroom last week shared some interesting tidbits with us. We are writers. She is a scientist. She told us about the SkinDeep app and discussed that you can find out about ingredients you should avoid in cosmetics. She added that Dial soap is one of the purest brands out there, and…

 

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House Lady visits Avonia farmhouse, discovers garden greats

   August 9, 2014 7:46 am    0

It’s Saturday, and it’s a good day to tackle some decorating and gardening. Ideas abou in House to Home today. I visited a home and barn that are a sweet deal for someone. Read about it in Avonnia Road home, barn offer opportunity. The video is at left. Sue Scholz visits awesome homes/gardens from the Buffalo Garden Walk….

 

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Momming the ‘little boy with red glasses’

   August 8, 2014 10:56 am    0

It’s my oldest son’s birthday today, and this preschool picture is more than 20 years old. It is one of my favorites. For a lot of reasons. When he was three, he had eye surgery at Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh. I remember it like it was yesterday. I was so nervous. He had to wear glasses, and…

 

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