Back in the day when Bisousweet was a toddler and nestled into the tiny kitchen in Stow, I had a problem. My product line was slowly evolving, the kitchen space was quickly shrinking, and it became clear to me that it was time to evaluate what we were selling. Certain products flew out of the … [Read more...] about One biscotti at a time & the woman behind it.
The older I get, the more I can't help but notice how difficult some of our annual celebrations can be. Although these days are earmarked as special days honoring something specific, they inevitably end up feeling exclusive. Holidays like Mother's Day and Father's Day seem to ring this bell the … [Read more...] about Happy Motherly Day
Do you ever hear something that stops you in your tracks, makes your head tilt to the side and maybe or maybe not causes your eyes to squint a bit and look up to the sky? I did, and it's been rolling around in my head for over a month. The phrase originated from W. Clement Stone, who … [Read more...] about Hinges, Doors & Marge
It's easy to sit here in my safe little bubble of a world and write a letter to my mother letting her know that I love her and appreciate her. I was surprised by the responses I received from my letter to Marge. For some reason, my perception of my writing is different from how others read my posts. … [Read more...] about For Lois
Dear Marge: I've been thinking a lot lately about life, relationships, and family. As Jacob prepares to graduate from high school and go to college, I cannot help but find my mind drifting back to when I was his age, going through a similar process. I was consumed with the flurry of events … [Read more...] about Marge