Did you know that you can reduce your risk of developing cardiovascular disease with the foods you eat? Here is a list of heart healthy foods recommended by the American Heart Association (via heart.org): Fruits and vegetables Beans and legumes Nuts and seeds Fish (preferably oily fish high in omega-3 fatty acids), skinless poultry, and
Starting tomorrow, February 5th, Short Stories Community Book Hub will be hosting the Madison High School’s Downtown Art Show. Visit the Art Gallery at Short Stories Feb. 5-11 to enjoy original artwork created by the students of Madison High School. The opening reception is being held on Friday 2/5 between 3:30 and 5pm. Refreshments will
If you’re looking for a fun way to spend some time this Friday evening, make a stop at the Madison Community House. The Spotlight Kids Company is hosting of night of theatre’s best love songs, performed by their Kids Cabaret. Refreshments will be served… and their will be a freewill donation collection benefiting the Children’s
The Superbowl is not that big a deal in our house. We tend to be more about half time… and the puppy bowl. That said… when invited to Superbowl parties, we’ve really enjoyed Superbowl Sunday. I think football (and most other sports) is more about enjoying the social aspect. I get excited when other people
You can’t be on social media today without seeing news, or opinions, or preparation plans for the snow that is headed our way. If you’re out and about and run into someone you know, they’re almost guaranteed to ask “are you ready for the snow?” Generally I’m not great at storm preparation. I’m not horrible…
Talk about a slow reading month for me! I think I only read 1 book… and I’m not even finished with it. I have to admit… it’s kind of embarrassing for me. I mean. 1 book? There were a few months I read 1 (or 2) DOZEN books. Sigh. We’ll blame it on holiday busy-ness
I had the opportunity to sit down and chat over coffee with Alexa Trap and Allison Weller Baldet (a TJS mom) about the new business, , that will be opening next door to Madison Mud on Main Street. I can tell you they’re enthusiastic about becoming a part of the Madison Community, and excited to
I grew up ice skating outdoors on a frozen pond each winter. Indoor skating was unheard of – unless you were training for the Olympics or something. There’s just something about an outdoor skating experience that seems right, it seems closer to that image of the Peanuts gang skating that we all know and love.