In this week’s Personal Touch, Rebecca Cressman discusses the continuation of the family after divorce with marriage mediators, Guy Galli and David Pruden. Galli and Pruden co-authored When Forever Doesn’t Happen. This is an encouraging look at how everyone in the family should still work together to help the kids feel like they are still a part of a family…a loving mother and father regardless of whether mom and day stay married. With the frequency of divorce, this is an issue we all need to take time to learn more about to help loved ones who may face this situation.
We get a few gardening tips from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. They’re insightful and thorough in their report on how to garden in the spring. About our time of the year, they say: “As for Vegetable Gardening, it is time to plant those seeds and transplants once the threat of a late season frost has passed, this is usually mid April but can vary from year to year.”
Aren’t we all ready for spring, and nice fragrances coming from outside? In this article written by Susan Zevon for the Deseret News entitled “Transforming your Home for Spring“, she says: “Today, few households boast a full set of summer slipcovers, but there are easy and inexpensive ways to refresh your home for spring.” She grew up with a mom that would update, change and redecorate every spring.
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