Peanut Butter and Baseball

Peanut Butter and Baseball

Those folks interested in such things know that, as of Tuesday night, the 2020 Major League Baseball season and the World Series are now behind us. The Los Angeles Dodgers are being hailed as the new champions. In the context of this unusual season and unusual year...

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Emergencies: Be Prepared

Emergencies: Be Prepared

It is certainly news to no one that autumn is here and winter just around the corner. Nor, regrettably, is it news that the death toll from the coronavirus continues to mount and that the majority of states have reported upticks in their number of cases in recent...

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Hidden Hunger of the Elderly

      We are departing from our usual blog format to provide you with an opportunity to hear from NFESH's CEO Enid Borden. Click on the link below to listen to her interviewed on this week's Food Dignity Podcast. http://bit.ly/ep8fooddignitypodcast...

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Planning Ahead

Planning Ahead

Depend. In these days of the pandemic … these mounting days of coronavirus that seem as though they will never come to an end…that word “depend” has come to have new meanings, or so it seems. We think of what we long considered to be dependable and realize that it...

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The Next Phase

The Next Phase

We all want answers these days, answers to a number of critical questions. Many of them, it is fair to guess, have to do with the coronavirus. There just don’t appear to be as many answers as there are questions. A COVID vaccine seems to be at the center of some of...

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Play Ball!

Play Ball!

There are two words that many folks across this land, and several of us in the NFESH office, eagerly await every spring. “Play ball!” heralds the beginning of that great American pastime, major league baseball, assures us that summer is just around the corner and...

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Digging Deep into “Catch Phrases”

Digging Deep into “Catch Phrases”

Catch phrases, those expressions that roll off our tongues often, can tell us and teach us a great deal about ourselves, our circumstances, our culture and our thoughts if we…well…take the time to think about them. But the fact is, apparently we rarely do. We seem to...

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Line by Line

Line by Line

Regular readers of this blog, who are accustomed to receiving email notifications each time a new segment appears, don’t need to be told that things went a bit awry last time we posted. Neither the cause of the glitch nor the means to correct it was easy to determine....

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July 4

July 4

Even under “usual” circumstances or a “typical” year – which no one would argue that this one is – the Fourth of July is distinguished in several ways from other holidays that we Americans share. For one thing, it is, after all, one of the few purely American...

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Learning from the Flowers

Learning from the Flowers

Whether they are annuals or perennials, if we pay attention to them the flowers keep us -- pardon the pun -- grounded. As we walk or drive down the streets of our home towns or just look out the windows of our homes, the flowers not only brighten our neighborhoods and...

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