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July 7th, 2015

Destination? Milford, Delaware, Causey Mansion Bed & Breakfast, Small Town America has its Charm!! Southern Delaware

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Not sure if you got stuck in one of the traffic jams this holiday week-end.  If you did, I feel your pain.  Some of us that live here year-round take a road trip to other towns in Southern Delaware, where life is a little more calm during these holiday week-ends.  My destination with my neighbor, Chris, was the town of Milford, Delaware, known as The Heart of Kent and Sussex.  It is just less than half hour from Rehoboth Beach going north.

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Milford is a community with respect for its past and great promise for the future.  It is the gateway to Southern Delaware.

For some years, Downtown Milford has been going through a revitalization, which brings residential streets in small towns back to life.  It has coffee shops, art galleries, restaurants, and a Riverwalk.

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The Mispillion Riverwalk is a greenway space that preserves the town’s waterfront.  Milford has over 2 centuries of shipbuilding.  At one point there were 7 shipyards, located along this walk.  And, between 1680 and 1927 they produced over 600 wooden sailing ships.

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The displayed boat sculptures around town are all decorated with the theme of Milford’s “River town”, “Art Town”, “Home Town”.

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The inspiration was the Augusta, a private yacht built in 1927 at Vinyard Shipyard.  In 2010 it was restored to its original beauty.

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I grew up in a small town on the eastern side of the island of Puerto Rico.  Sundays were so quiet.  You could take a leisure stroll through the town and maybe not see a single person.  Sundays were days for worship and family time.  Arriving in Milford on Sunday brought back those memories of so many years ago.  So, I took the photos of a quiet Sunday in Milford.

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CAUSEY MANSION BED & BREAKFAST

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I remembered that a few years ago I stopped at this mansion to take some photos.  There was a “for sale” sign.  Well, let’s see what happened to this historic home.  First let me tell you a bit about this home.  It is on the National Register of Historic Places.  The original part of the house was built in 1763.  The rest in 1865.  It was the former home of two Delaware governors.

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The address is 1 Causey Avenue, Milford, DE 19963  Tel. 302-422-0979  Website?  http://www.causeymansion.com

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Delaware is becoming the place to retire.  Among the many benefits of living in this small state is the fact that our property taxes are low.  Jan Broulik and Joe Phillips decided that moving from the Chevy Chase area to Milford was going to be just perfect.  They are the new owners of the Causey Mansion.  We met Jan who took us through the gardens and gave us a tour of this historic home. Later on we met Joe.  Please visit the above mentioned website for more information on the history of Causey Mansion, rates, and events happening at the Mansion.  You may also find Causey Mansion Bed & Breakfast on Facebook.

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They moved in and then their work has been non stop.  Jan loves to work in the garden and he is laying all the stone in the property.  Causey Mansion is the perfect place for a wedding so they are making it just right for that special event in someone’s life.

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The Boxwood is over 150 years old, from some of the rooms you can see them.

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At the present time there are 4 rooms for rent.  They are spacious and with their own bathrooms.  Following are 3 of those rooms.

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Every nook and cranny has a story, just like every piece of furniture has one, as well.  The majority of the furniture is French, Japanese, and some Italian.

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The Grand Piano caught our attention.  It was a 1904 Steinway Grand Piano.  Jan picked the music, sat down, and began to play All I Ask of You from Phantom of the Opera.  He brought us to tears.  The sounds were amazing.  It was truly so beautiful and totally unexpected.

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Causey Mansion is a Greek Revival, Georgian Style home.  Governor Peter Causey modified it to Greek Revival when he lived in this house from 1849 to 1871.  He served as Governor of the State of Delaware from 1855 until 1859.  It is still believed that he roams around the home.  He is a friendly ghost

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There is a dining room with a big round table for easier conversation.

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And a friendly kitchen area.

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The Causey Mansion is about 5,000 square feet so you will feel comfortable and at ease in any room.

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Jan and Joe are so easy to talk to.  They have immersed themselves in the community and are enjoying the fact that Milford is now their home!!  Please stop by to see all the work they are doing to this beautiful historic home.  If you feel like getting away from it all…..then, make a reservation!!

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Thanks Jan and Joe for making our day!!

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June 26th, 2015

Delaware Arts Alliance, Wine, Cheese, & Arts Event, BYOB, Second Street Players’ Movies at Riverfront Theater, Jaws, Saturday, June 27th, Milford, Delaware

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Delaware Arts Alliance (DAA) is the unifying voice for the arts and arts education throughout the state, advocating for the central role of the arts in advancing dynamic communities and creative citizenry.  DAA is proud to count the Delaware Division of the Arts and Amtrak among its supporters.  For more information, please visit http://www.delawareartsalliance.org.

DAA will hold an arts advocacy networking event, Wine, Cheese, & the Arts, tomorrow, Saturday, June 27th from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. as part of the Second Street Players’ Movies at Riverfront Theater series.  Following Wine, Cheese, & the Arts, there will be the Second Street Players’ screening of the summer cinematic classic, Jaws.  The program is open to the public and all are invited to attend.

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Wine, Cheese, & the Arts is part of a series of DAA learning and networking events for Kent, New Castle, and Sussex Counties, Arts Rendezvous, to engage the arts community while creating a strong base of advocates through DAA’s Free Individual Membership Campaign.  Wine, Cheese, & the Arts provide an informal way to the arts community to mingle and connect.

The program will start with conversation and wine and cheese at 6 p.m.  At 7 p.m., DAA Executive Director, Guillermina Gonzalez, will make brief remarks on arts advocacy and the benefits of being a member of DAA.  At 7:05 p.m. the seating of Jaws will begin.

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Admission is $5 per person to the Second Street Players at the Riverfront Theater to offset program costs.  A selection of cheeses will be served and wine is BYOB.  Register at http://www.delawareartsalliance.org/events.  You may also email nmercado@delawareartsalliance.org.

The Riverfront Theater is located at 2 South Walnut Street in Milford, Delaware.

Have a good one!!

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February 10th, 2015

Chowdown For Charity, Next Gen South, Delaware Community Foundation, Fundraising Event, Southern Delaware, Kent & Sussex Counties, Food Tasting, Voting, Wall of Wine, Silent Auction, Fun=Fundraising, Same Time Next Year!!

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Here we were, the usual suspects….we do have a younger suspect, Jade!!  We were ready to Chowdown for Charity, an event that took place on Friday, February 6th, at Baywood Greens Golf Course in Long Neck, Delaware.  It was an evening of food tasting, voting and mingling.  Much loved local chefs were cooking for a cause….Next Gen South of the Delaware Community Foundation, http://www.delcf.org. This is a non-profit board of young professionals from Kent & Sussex Counties that was founded in 2012.

Next Gen South selects an area of focus every 2 years based on what is needed in our communities.  Presently, the focus is and has been for the past 2 years, Children’s Mental Health.  This is one fundraising event that lets this organization award grants to local organizations on an annual basis.  Next Gen South might be young but in 2014 they awarded $15,000 to:  Delaware Guidance Services, Delaware State University, The Seaford House.

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Chefs were ready for the guests….remember we were given 3 tickets to put on our favorites.  A friendly competition would be taking place.

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ABBOTT’S ON BROAD CREEK – This restaurant is located in Laurel; http://www.abbottsgrillde.com.  It is a sister restaurant to Abbot’s Grill in Milford.  Chef Ryan Cunningham was serving Smoked Strip Loin with a Scallop Vinaigrette & Coriander Popcorn.

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Loved the addition of the popcorn to the tender beef.  Ryan asked us to come to Laurel for a real treat this year.

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a(MUSE.) – Located in Dowtown Rehoboth Beach, http://www.amuse-rehoboth.com.  Hari was hard at work, but always explaining exactly what he is cooking.  Pumpernickel Pasta?  OMG!! This pasta tasted just like pumpernickel bread.  You had to be there to experience it, but Hari said he has it at the restaurant, among other amazing tasting pasta flavors.  It was served with Brussel Sprouts, Pastrami Beef Cheek, Charred Onion & Pickled Mustard Seed.

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The pasta was cooked to perfection and the other flavors complemented already a winning central ingredient.

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LUPO DI MARE – Located in Downtown Rehoboth Beach, http://www.lupodimarerehoboth.com.  This restaurant is part of the family of SODEL Concepts restaurants and started by the late and much missed Matt Haley.

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They were serving Rustic Meatballs, Parmesan Polenta with Tomato Gravy.  I can’t make a good meatball, so always enjoy little morsels like these ones.  They did tell us that this was not their signature meatball…prepared exclusively for this event.

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PAPA GRANDE’S – Two locations:  Downtown Rehoboth Beach and Fenwick Island.  A Delaware coastal taqueria.  http://www.papagrandes.com/rehoboth.  Papa Grande’s is also part of the SODEL family of restaurants.

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I love Scrapple!!  And, this is what they were serving…House Scrapple Tostada, Hibiscus Jelly, Apple Radish Jimaca Salad, Corn Chip.  Having had their scrapple taco last year….of course just by looking at these tostadas, I knew they were going to have an awesome taste.

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They asked if we had had their Duck Scrapple….and that they were planning on a crab scrapple this summer….can’t wait.

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THE BRICK HOTEL RESTAURANT & TAVERN – Located in Georgetown on The Circle, http://www.brickhotelrestaurant.com.  The chefs were serving Black Cherry Braised Beef with a Root Vegetable Puree & Roasted Brussels Sprouts.

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The black cherry flavored was detected on the braised beef.  It was cooked in a 250 degree oven for 6 hours.  It melted in your mouth.  Totally delish!

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THE WALL OF WINE –  This has become very popular at events.  Wine aficionados love it….more so if they get a prized bottle of wine.  You pay $20 and then get to choose a wrapped bottle of wine from the wall.  You might get the $10 bottle or a very expensive bottle.  A ticket was also given for a raffle….a bottle of Dom Perignon at the end of the evening!!

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BAYWOOD CLUBHOUSE RESTAURANT – Located in Long Neck, http://www.baywoodgreens.com/restaurant.

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Stuffed Pork Pinwheel!! Pop them in your mouth.  They would be perfect for a party.

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NAGE BISTRO & WINE BAR – Located on Coastal Highway (Rt. 1) in Rehoboth Beach, http://www.nagerb.com.

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This pastrami was made out of tuna, on a pumpernickel crouton, caraway sauerkraut, spicy mustard….definitely one of my true favorites of the evening.

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Next stop?  BETHANY BLUES, LEWES…Located on Costal Highway (Rt. 1), http://www.bethanyblues.com/lewes.

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I love St. Louis Ribs more than any other rib.  That’s what they were serving.  Smoked St. Louis Ribs, caramelized in a Habanero Apple Cider, served with a Jalapeno Slaw.  Got those tastebuds dancing immediately!!

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TOUCH OF ITALY – A trattoria, salumeria and pasticeria….http://www.touchofitaly.com.  These restaurants can be found in Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, and Ocean City, Maryland.

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Making mozzarella…it looked time consuming, but also relaxing.  Take a look.

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Smaller mozzarella balls were served with rosemary and EVOO!!

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ESPUMA RESTAURANT & MARTINI BAR – Located in Downtown Rehoboth Beach, http://www.espuma-restaurant.com Chef Jay Caputo was serving Spanish Style Clam Chowder topped with Potato Foam and Scallion Powder.

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The biscuits were filled with the creamy, and well seasoned clam chowder.  I liked it a lot.

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Love this tapas eating style….grazing here or there!!  We tried them all!!  Next!!

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FINS FISH HOUSE & RAW BAR – In Downtown Rehoboth Beach and with a sister restaurant on Coastal Highway, http://www.finsrawbar.com.  Another time consuming dish is making risotto.

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FINS did a great job with their Crab & Shrimp Risotto.  It was delicious!!

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LAST STOP!!

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THE ROOKERY – Located in Milford…2 golf course locations, Milton and Milford, http://www.rookerygolf.com.  We finished our Chowdown with a treat of Ahi Tuna with a Ginger Lime Soy, served over a Seaweed Salad, Cucumber & Wasabi Tobiko.  Excellent ending!!

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We then continued to listen to DJ Jimmy Young, who provided great entertaining throughout the evening.  Plenty of items on the silent auction raising funds for a great cause.

Have a good one!!

THE WINNER?  a(MUSE.)  Congratulations!!

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January 26th, 2015

Dover Eats! Flavor of India, Dover, Delaware, Restaurant, Review, Northern Indian Cuisine, Southern Delaware, Kent County

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The aroma of Indian food; coriander, curries, dry red chillies, turmeric, fennel….sooo good.  Only a few Indian restaurants in Delaware and one of them, Flavor of India, is located at 348 North Dupont Highway, Dover, DE 19901.  Tel. 302-677-0121.  Website?  http://www.flavorofindiade.com.  It is in the same building with a separate entrance from the Motel 8.  Believe me, the restaurant is really good.

They are open 7 days a week.  Dine in or take out.

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Stopped to pick up some take-out and gave Tony the news that my husband, John, had passed away on August 31, 2013.  He was truly shocked and could not believe it.  John and I enjoyed eating at Flavor of India and also enjoyed talking to Tony.

I picked up Lamb Saagwala, which had lamb pieces and fresh spinach cooked in an Indian spicy herbal sauce.  I also picked up some Lamb Pasanda, an authentic dish from northern India. In northern India the curries are thick and the gravies are very creamy.  The basmati rice is awesome with a rich aroma…..you cannot find that rice in Rehoboth Beach…Flavor of India have their own connections.

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In the past when dining in I have ordered the pappadom, which is like a flat bread.  Sauces are brought to the table for dipping.  You can also eat it by itself.

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And dishes like the Goat Masala, which my husband loved.  Most of the goat dishes have a bone.

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And, Lamb Zafrani…one of my favorites.

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I took home for dessert Gajar Halwa, which is mainly made with carrots….sweet and very interesting taste.  Have had it before and still like it.  Served warm.

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The sense of taste is so acute and amazing….trying the foods from northern India with so many different spices, each hitting at the right time.  So, if you have a craving for Indian food, or just want something different, go and visit Tony at Flavor of India.  I keep telling him they should open a restaurant in Rehoboth Beach.

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Note:  Flavor of India continues to receive awards for being a true representation of Indian food with great service, delicious food, and reasonable prices.  They are also aware of customers with gluten free allergies.

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November 19th, 2014

Destination? Rehoboth Beach, Lewes, Georgetown, Milford, Delaware, Thanksgiving at The Beach!! Relax, Give Thanks, Enjoy your Stay, Southern Delaware, Delaware Beaches

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Before I was married, became a mother and decided to be a stay-at-home mom, I lived in Baltimore, Maryland.  I worked in Baltimore and then on Wednesday of Thanksgiving I would drive to Orlean, Virginia, to my boyfriend’s family farm house.  He then became my husband, John.  My mother in law, Louise, is a great cook and she would go all out Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day.  Feeling totally satisfied and comatosed I dreaded the late in the day drive to Baltimore.  Work was waiting on Friday.  They really should give Friday off to everyone.  A long week-end of Thanksgiving.  Most of us have a lot to be thankful for.

I love an overcast day on Thanksgiving.  I like it cold, as well.  So, even though I enjoy the swaying palm trees of warmer climates, on Thanksgiving and Christmas, my preference is the chill in the air that the Atlantic Coast usually offers.

The Delaware Beaches are open for business.  The following are restaurants in Rehoboth Beach, Lewes, Georgetown, and Milford that will have Thanksgiving fare.  This list is probably not complete.  I will update it as I find other restaurants, but in the meantime, it might help if you are coming to the beaches to start a new Thansgiving tradition.

Please note that the following restaurants will be open all week-end long!!

REHOBOTH BEACH

BIG FISH GRILL – 20298 Coastal Highway. No reservations! Tel. 302-227-FISH. Website? http://www.bigfishgrill.com.  11:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m.  $26.95 for adults, $12.95 for children 5 years of age to 12.  Under 5 eat free!!  They will also be offering a la carte menu, as well.  Carry out?  Give them a call now!

SUMMER HOUSE – 228 Rehoboth Avenue. Tel. 302-227-3895.  Webstie?  http://www.summerhousesaloon.com.

VICTORIA’S- Located at 2 Olive Ave. and The Boardwalk.  Thanksgiving Buffet!  Tel. 302-227-0615.  Menu at http://www.boardwalkplaza.com/pdf/menu-thanksgivng.pdf.  Gluten Free items are marked GF!!

BLUE MOON –  Located at 35 Baltimore Ave., in Downtown Rehoboth Beach. Tel. 302-227-6515.  Website?  http://www.bluemoonrehoboth.com.  They will be offering a regular menu plus seasonal additions from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m.

JUST IN THYME – Highway 1 and Robinson Drive.  Tel. 302-227-3100  $29.95, starting at 1 p.m. until 8 p.m.  Website?  http://www.justinthymerestaurant.com.

SAKETUMI – A Thanksgiving Buffet, 18814 Coastal Highway.  Tel. 302-645-2818.  Even though I would have never thought about going to Saketumi for Thanksgiving, they tell me that it is an awesome buffet!

DOS LOCOS – 208 Rehoboth Avenue.  Tel. 302-227-3353.  http://www.doslocos.com.

PURPLE PARROT – 134 Rehoboth Avenue, Tel. 302-226-1139.  Thanksgiving starts at 1 p.m. until 8 p.m.  Website? http://www.ppgrill.com.  Check out the website because they have so many events coming up, including their Annual Ugly Sweater Christmas Party.

LEWES

THE BUTTERY – Located on Second Street in the Historic District this restaurant offers their annual Thanksgiving Dinner at $69/person plus alcohol. $24 for children 12 years of age and under.  Tel. 302-2=645-7755.  Check the Thanksgiving menu by visiting http://www.butteryrestaurant.com/ButteryThanksgivingDinner.Le.html.

MILFORD

ABBOTT’S GRILL – Located at 249 NE Front St. Tel. 302-491-6736.  Buffet starts at 11 a.m. until 5 p.m.  Adults $21.95.  Children under 10 $12.95.

GEORGETOWN

THE BRICK HOTEL – A Thanksviging Buffet Feast, A Thanksgiving Dinner Menu, and a Thanksgiving Take Out Menu.  Located at 18 The Circle on The Circle in Georgetown.   Buffet Feast from noon until 4:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Dinner from 5 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.   Reservations 302-856-1836.   Check the menus at http://www.brickhotel.com.

Note:  Let me know if you know of any other restaurants offering a Thanksgiving menu….Talk to you later.

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August 13th, 2014

4th Annual Wings of Hope Kicks-Off, Wednesday, August 13th, Campaing For Hope, Butterfly Release, Saturday, September 13th, Cancer Support Community Delaware, Delaware Beaches, Southern Delaware, Sussex County

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The mission at The Cancer Support Community Delaware is to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community.  It is the only organization in Delaware dedicated exclusively to helping people cope with and manage the emotional aspect of cancer.  The professionally led programs provide emotional support, education and hope.  Best of all, all of the programs are offered free of charge.

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4th ANNUAL WINGS OF HOPE KICK-OFF

Today, Wednesday, the 13th of August is the official kick off date for the 4th Annual Wings of Hope…the Campaing of Hope.  This prelude to the much anticipated Butterfly Release that will be taking place on Saturday, September 13th.

Businesses and organizations throughout Sussex County will be selling seeded paper buterflies to honor friends and loved ones impacted by cancer.

Epworth United Methodist Church, Grace United Methodist Church, All Saints’ Church, Dimitra Yoga, Rehoboth Beach Public Library, Tomato Sunshine and Surf Bagel are just a few of the locations selling butterflies.

Beauties and Butterflies — Salons Suporting Cancer Support Community Delaware chaired by Drexel Davison of Bad Hair Day? includes over a dozen beauty salons participating in the Wings of Hope by selling butterflies.  For a complete list of butterfly sales locations, please visit http://www.cancersupportdelaware.org/wingsofhope.php.

Thousands of paper butterflies will be displayed at the Wings of Hope – A Butterfly Release on 9/13 on the grounds of the Medical Arts Building at the Beebe Health Campus on Rt. 24 in Rehoboth Beach.

This very special celebration of life is highlighted with the release of 250 live Monarch butterflies in recognition of Sussex County friends and neighbors impacted by cancer.  Hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the admission is free.  The event will also feature vendors, demos, refreshments, and children’s activities.

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For more information about the Cancer Support Community Delaware and the Wings of Hope, visit http://www.cancersupportdelaware.org, or, call 302-645-9150.

Have a great day….sun is coming out!!

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May 29th, 2014

Beach Babes! Walk MS 2014, Twilight, Baywood Greens, May 30, 2014, Chicks for Charity, Taylor DeMario, Miss Milford, Supporting the Commitment to Creating a World Free of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Southern Delaware, Delaware Beaches

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We are Walking for MS and our team is Beach Babes….yes, that’s the name my friend, Jody, gave our team.  To tell you the truth I think it is pretty good.  We live at the beach and we are walking and coming together with others who are trying to make a statement about their commitment to creating a world free of MS.

It all started a few months ago, when we attended a Chicks for Charity dinner at Fish On in Lewes, Delaware.  This non-profit organization meets once a month and visitors and residents attending have the opportunity to meet one another, have a great dinner, silent auction and raise funds for a local organization.  They are on Facebook as Chicks for Charity (Southern Delaware).  If you want to know more or to check when the next dinner will be, just visit http://www.chicksforcharity.us.

It was on the March dinner that we met Taylor DeMario, Miss Milford.  Taylor has a member of ther family who was diagnosed with MS at the age of 20.  Needless to say her platform is raising awareness for individuals and families afflicted with MS.

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Having seen MS first hand, has made her commitment even stronger.  Finding a cure and helping other families deal with this condition is her driving force.

Taylor DeMario will be competing for the title of Miss Delaware to be held on Sunday, June 15th at Dover Downs & Casino in Dover, Delaware.  We wish her good luck!!

Taylor was so well spoken and as I listened to her talk I thought of 2 friends that have MS.  For them I am walking.

Beach Babes is a small team, but we had to start somewhere.  Maybe next year some of the local readers can join us.  We got those hats made, we got colorful t-shirts and I think the weather is going to be perfect.

The Delaware Beaches is an excellent area for fundraising….Delaware is a small state but it has a heart of gold.

As we Walk MS 2014 we hope to come together with others, to celebrate and to show the “power of our connections”.

More info?  Please visit http://www.delawarewalk.org.  Tel. 302-655-5610.

Note:  Please meet Jody, my Team Captain, with Taylor.

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May 11th, 2014

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!!! Enjoy the Day!!

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I wish all my friends and readers a beautiful day.  I remember when I became a Mother, I was totally complete.

For those of you you who Mother someone in your life….Happy Mother’s Day!

Note:  The photo was taken in Bethany Beach the other day.  It is not unusual to see families like this throughout the Delaware Beaches in the Spring.  I never get tired of looking at them.

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