Ida realizes that her relationship with her hairdresser is not a simple one.
Ida discusses ways to use the "Honey Do" list to accomplish more than a few household chores.
Ida and Charlie take in the latest version of Robin Hood, and offer mixed reviews from both of them.
Ida discovers that we each learn how to live our own lives, whether that means pie for breakfast or a keeping a flock of children underfoot.
The folks in Mahoosuc Mills discover that a good bowling score can be the key to job security.
Ida and friends decide that for one day, at least, their own pampering takes center stage.
At the monthly meeting of the Mahoosuc Mills Historical Society, they have a special guest speaker: the president of the New England Moxie Congress, Merrill Lewis!
Spring is here and that means yard sale season. Ida shares some sale rules and stories with us.
It's only been a week, but Ida is already having memories of Easter feasts past. Some of the culinary delights her family has enjoyed may surprise you!
Charlie and the boys head out fishing but the truck gets stuck a few miles from camp.
“So,” I says, joking around, “you took the beer and left behind the water and the first aid kit, right?” There was a pregnant pause. “You left behind the water and the first aid kit?”
“I told you, we could only carry so much. Had to make some hard decisions.”