The wait before the wait

The weeks leading up to the hunting season is quite exciting for me. There is excitement in the air, as well as falling leaves as the mornings are cooler and cooler. The wait for the start of the season can be, well, long. So much effort goes into my hunting »»Read Full Post

Whole Wheat Candied Ginger Chocolate Chip Scones

I can never get enough of making scones. First, they are so easy to make and second they are a great way to use up leftover bits and pieces in the pantry like chips, nuts and dried fruit. Scone love. That's why they're heart shaped. These were actually made for »»Read Full Post

Surviving the world as a vegetarian

The only real downfall about being a vegan or vegetarian is the amount of rude comments people make or the “advice” they give you NOT to do it. If you are considering going meat-free or completely cutting out all animal products; let me tell you, it is NOT the end »»Read Full Post

From "Middle" to "Intermediate Elementary"

 Forty years of education The philosophy of the one-room schoolhouse took on a modern motif when the Stroudsburg Middle School opened in 1974. Now, 40 years have passed since the first classes were held in the new open-concept school. Journey back through time with the Pocono Record as reporter Christina »»Read Full Post

'Adventure Quest' Creators Tease New Mobile Game

Artix Entertainment, the developers behind games such as 'Adventure Quest', 'Dragon Fable' and 'Adventure Quest Worlds' recently teased a new mobile game called 'Adventure Quest Dragons'. The new game will play similarly to 'Cookie Clicker', where the game will for the most part, play itself. The player will be able »»Read Full Post

Tony Stewart and Coke Commercial, Not Pulled?

My husband and I checked out the summer blockbuster, Guardians of the Galaxy, on Sunday night. (The review is coming.) I was looking forward to the previews but before that there were the usual commercials. One commercial that caught our attention was a Coca-cola commercial that featured Tony Stewart with »»Read Full Post

Thinking of Eloping? Read this....

In the past eloping was defined as running away to get married, especially without parental consent. But in today’s world it can mean something very different. There are two parts to taking a closer look at elopement: One is the ‘why,’ and the second is ‘the how.’ There are indeed »»Read Full Post

stuff 'round the mill

“stuff ‘round the mill” “Fall has always been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale.” - Lauren DeStefano, Wither That’s the Steamtown Marathon, the last burst of our glorious summer training and »»Read Full Post

Saying goodbye to Mom

Some years ago when my mother was in the hospital for reasons I don’t recall (she had so many admissions that it’s hard to keep them straight), she had an amiable roommate in the next bed. One day I stopped by for a visit, and the two of us began »»Read Full Post

Architect who worked at Mount Airy joins Scranton firm

Named partner at hemmler + camayd architects hemmler + camayd architects, the award winning architecture, interior design and planning firm based in Scranton and practicing in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, is pleased to announce the appointment of four new partners to the firm. Brian Doran, Thomas Gercak, Laura Gillette- Mills »»Read Full Post