Little Wings Gives Summer Event

Like in years past, we are a doing a “Start of Summer” collection event. This year we hope to deliver a truck full of camp supplies for the wonderful children served by the Carver Center, the community center just across the border in Port Chester. I did many site visits this spring while I worked… read more

Why I Signed Up To Be A Bone Marrow Donor

Last weekend I headed back to my 20 year college reunion. I have to say it was a thrill being back on campus showing my husband and children my old stomping ground. But nothing made me happier than seeing two dear friends who have been battling cancer, both fighting harder and with more grace than… read more

Great Business: The Trellis

If you have been following along on this blog for a while, you will know that there is nothing I like more than introducing you to awesome people. And then when it’s two awesome people… Today I am thrilled to shine a light on two women who have been dear friends of mine for decades…. read more

Giving a Gift that Matters: The Niblock Family Trust

Tis the season to give! And this year I am asking you all to consider giving a gift to a dear friend of mine who is incredibly worthy of your generosity. He is a father, a brother, a son, a husband and a friend. Andrew Niblock is truly the best. Last year our community ran full… read more

Nantucket By The Sea

If I had my way I’d be spending a week in August staying in this absolutely beautiful Nantucket wharf cottage. The interiors of this “boat house”, built in 1900, were done by Gary McBournie, known to many as a man who specializes in coastal casual design. The family that owns this house has a larger home in town… read more

Great Business: Glimpse Guides

Over here at The Sent we are starting to really understand the value of travel. Getting away allows you to learn, gain perspective on your day-to-day, and to relax. When your kids are young, sometimes you limit travel because it feels safest to hunker down at home, or choose vacation locations that are easy to… read more

Awesome Art: Ann Carrington

In the absence of spring flowers (we are presently buried under a foot of snow in the Northeast) these beautiful floral pieces by the artist Ann Carrington are a nice alternative. I’d love to see one of them nestled on a  book shelf in my library or even on a coffee table in our family… read more

Great Food: The Granola Bar

If you are looking for me around 8:30am after drop off on most school days, you’ll find me sipping a super hot almond milk latté at The Granola Bar on the top of Greenwich Avenue. I was clued into this spot a year ago, but have selfishly kept it to myself until now. It is… read more

Healthy Living: The Dude Diet

For week two of our six week “healthy living” series I am thrilled to feature the beautiful, talented and highly humorous chef/writer, Serena Wolf. She’s been busy on her food blog, Domesticate Me, since 2011, and this year she wrote her first cookbook, The Dude Diet: Clean(ish) Food for People Who Like to Eat Dirty…. read more

Great Bones: James F. Carter

I follow quite a few blogs, many that focus on home design and architecture. I always love when someone introduces me to a new name. This stunning home in Memphis by architect James F. Carter was such a pleasure to virtually tour on his site. I love the classic lines, and the interior design makes… read more