DEAR ABBY: My mom recently passed away at 91. She had a great life and went peacefully at home in bed during the night.
Planning out how to arrange furniture in your home — or plants in your garden — used to involve a pencil, graph paper, a measuring tape and a lot of imagination.
DEAR ABBY: I am a Yale-trained pediatric nurse with a post-master’s as a psychiatric nurse practitioner.
To make a wedding more personal, many couples opt to tie the knot at home — their own home or that of a relative or friend.