Author Archives: radi0cleveland

When a Book Speaks to you

THANK YOU, Charlie Wiener, for a magnificent read – I am 2/3 through the book and although I want to get to the end of it, I don’t want it to end.  Carrie is such a delight despite the fact she doesn’t know how positive and special she is.  However, I want to thank… Read More »

Let Us Help You Organize a House Concert

  Dear Friends: Have you heard of a house concert?  Did you know it’s possible to entertain friends, family and get to know your neighbors in your home (like the good old days) with live professional entertainment?  Although not a new concept it is getting more attention. wants to begin driving this force to… Read More »

A Positive Message

I want to share a positive medical experience with all of you.  Seven years ago, I started wearing hearing aids.  After an ENT Specialist (who will remain un-named) botched my ear surgery when removing a mastoid.  “Although most people with mastoiditis don’t experience serious complications, treatment isn’t always easy and the infection may come back. If the mastoid bone… Read More »

And his name was/is Charlie Eble

Attention one and all…if you knew Charlie Eble, now is your opportunity to share your stories.  May 19, 2019, the Mayor of Saratoga Springs has claimed as Charlie Eble Day.  Look for more information through our website, podcasts and social media outlets.  All I will say at this moment in time, starting next week I… Read More »

Proud to Podcast CARE NOTES

If you have not listened to Care Notes a bi-weekly podcast sponsored by Cherished Companions, I want to recommend that you take the time to listen. “Cherished Companions Home Care ranks #1 in Ohio and #3 nationwide among at-home care providers.” If you don’t understand homecare, now is the time to learn.  Although we often think of… Read More »


    As some of you may know, when you do what you love to do, life is sweet.  However, sometimes we add a little flavor to our life that includes change.  This weekend I returned to Repping.  For those who may not know what that means, I am representing a product as a third-party… Read More »


For me, it is not so much about religion as it is, “Tradition,”  or the customs that were passed on through my grandparents, to my parents, and then to me!  They say (whoever they are) that we either remember the best things in our life or the worst moments, and although I may have some… Read More »

“There is no place like home…”

Finding a home.  I have repeatedly said, I am not religious, I grew up on traditions set in our home by my mother and father.  They created their customs based on their upbringing.  As a young girl growing up on the Northwest side of Detroit, I believed I would marry someday and live just blocks… Read More »

YOM KIPPUR – will never be the same

Yom Kippur will never be the same for me, and although I am told it was a mitzvah (blessing) that my mother passed on Yom Kippur Eve, the holiday and the Day of Anointment take on a whole new meaning.   As a young girl, it was tradition to observe the High Holidays.  From the… Read More »