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I am actually feeling blindsided. Where did the summer go? Kids went back to school; Labor Day came and went and summer is officially over. It doesn’t have to be over, at least not yet. I’m sure we will have some beautiful summer-like days through Septemberand Octber assuming that the weather patterns follows the norm with an Indian Summer like we usually have in the Delaware Valley. But wait, there is no norm anymore. We could expect just about anything moving into the fall season. The weather has been so erratic lately that I don’t think anything is certain any more. Scientists attribute the unpredictable weather patterns to climate change, and for those who don’t believe in the scientific evidence, Wake Up and look out your window. Do you think that the damage is done? Are we too late? IF we make the suggested changes can we reverse the trends? Kudos to Delaware for being recognized as the first no kill state! Read about it in this issue and check out some of the cats and dogs, like Archibald (below) that were saved and many are still available for adoption at the Brandywine Valley SPCA. I am sure with the impending hurricane Dorian there will be a tremendous need and outry for help-- stay tuned! I promise if you are looking for love there is a cat or dog waiting just for you. Trends has you sitting comfortably at work, Meet Ariel, the Volcano Hybrid takes vaping to a new level, a new product called, COAST helps you recover almost painlessly the day after having a couple the night before, and whole bean coffee made by STRÄVA with CBD benefits help alleviate coffee jitters. Recipes this month are from the book, Fix, Freeze, Feast, 2nd Edition, The Delicious, Money-Saving Way to Feed Your Family; Stock Your Freezer with Ready-to-Cook Meals; 150 Recipes by Kati Neville, Lindsay Ahrens. Read the how to Keep Moving: How to Stay Motivated to Exercise by Erin Taylor. It’s that time of year again...pumpkin everything so in honor of pumpkin everything be sure to try Fall Spicy Pumpkin Hummus by Andrew Thorne, Executive Chef, Home Grown Cafe in Newark, Delaware. The Mayo Clinic finds new molecular markers to help men make decisions about their prostate cancer care and treatment.
—Enjoy & Share Everything! Diane & Brian Strauss
Archibald is the sweetest ♥
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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 9
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puppylove™ Archibald is an 8-year-old with a sweet and easy-going personality. He loves to go on leisurely strolls, he’s good with kids, and he gets along with other dogs in our playgroups. He hopes for a home full of love and affection, and he’s open to living with another calm dog so he can keep up his relaxed lifestyle. (Brandywine Valley SPCA, 600 South Street, New Castle, DE 302-516-1000, www.bvspca.org). www.livingwellmagazine.net
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