When we lived in South Carolina, our Independence Day tradition was simple: We would camp out on the reviewing field on the Army base where my husband and I both worked and watch the "Torchlight Tattoo."Read Full Story
The Fourth of July marks the height of beach season. After much preparation to clear our schedules and make ourselves beach worthy with requisite tans and new suits to model, the last thing we need is to be bombarded by beach-goers who blast their bad music, pesky children who kick sand onto our towels or thrill-seeking seagulls who swoop down on our homemade fried chicken and expensive imported cheese. Here's how to avoid being a bum at the beach and how to best enjoy the sand and sea experience on the Fourth of July and all year long.Read Full Story
Many families look forward to Fourth of July celebrations that typically include delicious food and fireworks. While there's nothing wrong with observing the day, it's important to keep those who served in mind, as they might struggle with post-traumatic stress.Read Full Story
One summer, when our children were teenagers, we all traveled together in Europe. One night in Vienna, we left them happily watching television in our rented apartment while we went out with some friends. When we returned, they were crying.Read Full Story
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