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Adding a new Podcast with Cody Cooper & Bill Squire

I had the pleasure of interviewing Cody Cooper today, a local comic going who is spreading his wings.  He has given newclevelandradio.net permission to share his podcast:  Gabbing with Grandma.  We think you will enjoy the dialogue.  Please listen and share:  http://newclevelandradio.net/gabbing-with-grandma-cody-cooper-bill-squire/ soundcloud.com/gabbingwithgrandma

TRADITION

The other day I posted on Facebook that my husband and I took a short get-away. Vacations and overnight trips for us have always been about family and or business. I am not complaining, however, for the last 34 years our life has a financial, and we chose to live it within our means while… Read More »

Sunday Morning and Wide Awake

The healthy rule of thumb is that we all need a good solid 8 hours of sleep per night.  Our brain needs to rest and refresh.  Sadly, my mind is on 99% of the time, and it battles the concept of sleep even when I feel depleted.  It’s not that I don’t sleep at all,… Read More »

34 years and Going Strong

34 years ago, my best friend and partner married me in front of family and friends with Rabbi Cherise officiating. Just five months earlier with Debbie & Dave Meredith as our witnesses, we were legally married by Rabbi Isenberg in a very intimate ceremony. (No, it was not a shotgun wedding!) However, for reasons not… Read More »

Not Breaking My Stride

My parents referred to me as a klutz most of my life. There were times I took offense to it. However, hindsight assures me they were right in their assessment. My type A personality has me rushing through life even when I consciously belief I am in slow motion, observing all the obstacles that may… Read More »

Who Is Joni Star?

http://mixlr.com/new-cleveland-radio/showreel/vista-springs-with-joni-and-frankie-star-7_10_18/ Joni Starr was born July 21, 1938, and first became exposed to music at her parochial school, being taught to play piano by the nuns there.  It was soon obvious that Joni had the gift of music and could play by ear.  As she grew older, she was drawn to the piano and music.… Read More »