Daffodils are in bloom and bluebirds chirp in the trees. I sat down to write a post, and this light-hearted quiz is the result. Enjoy! (Answers are at the bottom of the page.) 1. The Pulitzer Prize for an American novel was given for the first time in 1918, and Emilie Loring was nominated in … More Just for Fun, See What You Know
Glasses clinked, toasts were pronounced, and even a few hummingbirds took a sip to celebrate Emilie Loring’s 152nd birthday! Think about it: When Emilie was born, there were only 38 states, and Andrew Johnson was President. She lived from Reconstruction through World War I, Prohibition, the stock market crash and Great Depression, World War II, … More A Toast to Emilie Loring!
Entering Blue Hill, Maine for the first time, I had two choices: go left on Main Street toward the Fish Net restaurant and a fork in the road, or go right on Main Street, into the village. I needed information; I turned right. This was 1998, and all I knew at that point was that Emilie’s summer … More The Past Comes Calling