Facebook memories reminded me of conversation I had last year at Grand Central Terminal while visiting New York City with my then-one-year-old daughter. We had some time to kill, so we walked to the upper level platform to see how many trains were sitting idle in the station. While doing so, I passed a mother holding her toddler son.
Is your handbag heavy enough to kill someone? Does it hold everything besides the kitchen sink? Well, it may be time to organize—and downsize.
As guidelines encourage folks to social distance during the COVID-19 outbreak, local supermarkets have marked aisles with arrows so shoppers can only travel in one direction and easily keep six feet away from other shoppers. Stop & Shop, our local supermarket, is no exception. However, its efforts were impeded by another one of its efforts.
My toddler was flipping through books today, including The Disney Princess Treasury. She doesn’t know how to read yet, so she’ll make up stories and titles strictly from the photos alone when she’s reading by herself.
A twist on classic Taiwanese comfort food lu rou fan, made with minced beef.