If it's autumn, it's time for Ida to take a look at her fall wardrobe — and how she fits into it.
Scamp establishes once and for all who runs Ida's house — and it sure isn't Ida.
Ida considers whether sharing that most sacred of summertime sweets is really necessary after all.
By the end of August, Ida's patience with people from away is wearing thin. Luckily, she and her friends have some hilarious ways of dealing with rude visitors.
Every year, Ida and her friends say goodbye to Elvis in their own special Maine way. The next day, they end up paying for it.
Ida and Irene go comando-style to find the long-lost Maine wild blueberry field of their childhood.
A trip up to camp leads Ida to ponder the merits of sunscreen, and the disasters that can result from applications gone awry.
Ida and friends discuss why, exactly, the men in their lives don't fully appreciate the challenge of multitasking.
With the sun back after a nasty spell of wet weather, Ida and friends discover that yard sales are popping up like blackflies at a Fourth of July picnic.
Ida and Charlie — plus one Scamp. The LeClairs add to the nest with the help of Poodle Rescue and bring you along for the fun. Click the arrow below to hear Ida's podcast or click here to read her column.