A series of mishaps has Ida musing over why she lets Charlie make any "To Do" lists for himself.
As she comes to terms with some sad news in Mahoosuc Mills, Ida reflects on how the loveliest of days can sometimes bring the most tragic of events.
For some, summer in Maine is about finding the ultimate knicknack.
A friend teaches Ida the importance of lucky charms.
Ida honors her dad with some stories and a delicious egg dish.
Before heading up to camp, Ida takes a trip down memory lane and recalls the lazy summers of her youth.
A new riding mower brings a smile to the faces of residents of Mahoosuc Mills.
After the weatherman delivered a series of false starts, Ida finally breaks out the sandals — and her artistic streak springs forth.
An unplanned errand leads Ida to discover that some of the best experiences are the accidental ones.
Springtime in Maine means time to burn winter's leftovers, and Ida manages to find some sweetness amongst the smoke.