The Maltese Cross Cabin

You can visit plenty of places where presidents were born – but only one where a president started life over again.

A large black cross scars the page for February 14 in Theodore Roosevelt’s diary for the year 1884. On that day, the young New York State legislator lost both his mother and his wife, Alice, the latter to a kidney ailment just one day after the birth of the couple’s daughter. Beneath the cross Roosevelt wrote, “The light has gone out of my life.” 

Fit Fuel Foods – Meals That Make a Difference

Food that is good for you can also taste good. You may not believe this if you have only tried diet food which was made in a factory – or so devoid of flavor that it barely qualifies as food at all. But when your healthful meal is prepared by a family nurse practitioner, who has spent nearly one decade teaching nutrition and wellness, and who learned the art of cooking from her own mother, then you are certain to change your mind.