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Giggles, smiles, pretty dresses, button-down shirts, balloons, flowers, pizza, cake hugs and many phrases like "I'm so proud of you" will be seen and heard on the Chilmark School campus tomorrow.
"Do not follow where the path may lead.
He is back from his glorious winter on the Mendocino Coast.
The darling Darlings are back at their home by the sea.
It's love for keeps for Dyan Schmidt and John Demers.
That little blonde-haired, blue-eyed firecracker that played the role of flower girl at Marshall's and my wedding some 18 years ago walked down another aisle this past weekend.
The man with the crisp white apron working his magic in the kitchen was Chris Fischer.
The Island Grown Schools Chilmark report, courtesy of Lizzy Bradley: The first planting of peas are up and thriving.
At the time of my writing, Monday's Town Meeting had yet to happen.
The Chilmark Community Center was all a-buzz from last Thursday afternoon though midday Sunday.
Spring has sprung in many ways, shapes, and forms.
Ten inches of powdery snow like flour on a bakers table blanketed the town of Chilmark one week ago.
According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, that tried and true source for all things relating to weather, planting, tide, astronomical events, and more, spring begins with the vernal equinox at 7:02 am (EDT) on March 20, 2013, in the Northern Hemisphere.
Lethargy it pains thee.
School vacation has come and gone and our kiddos are back to the grind.
It was one-stop shopping, so to speak, at the Registry of Motor Vehicles last week.
I have had a sick child at home for the last couple of weeks.
Most of you know firsthand that Great-grandma Bette's 90th birthday party was a glorious event.