Story by Neha Rai and Jayana Saldanha. Edited by Matt Young.
Cary, NC – Did you know that the second most commonly spoken language in Cary is Hindi? For those of you not familiar with Indian Holidays, we have a report direct from India on the spring festivals of Basakhi and Ugadi. Read more
Story by Mary Beth Phillips. Photo by James Brandon.
Cary, NC – Patti Zordich did not plan to become an expert on trauma and attachment theory, but after earning her doctorate with a focus on attachment theory and then working with children who had experienced trauma, it all came together. The fruits of her experience led her to write a book for newly adoptive parents: Gotcha! Welcoming Your Adopted Child Home. Read more
Story by Jayana Ira Saldanha. Edited by Matt Young.
Cary, NC and Mangalore, India – Many of us who work here in the Triangle in North Carolina have co-workers, contacts, clients and family in India. I was sharing tidbits about our traditions in the United States with a co-worker in India – Jayana Ira Saldanha – and she was kind enough to send this on. Read more
Book review by Matt Young. Photo by PanArmenian.
Cary, NC – Suzette Faith Foster walks to the beat of a different drummer (or dances, I should say). Some of you might be worried that this is an insult. Trust me – to Sue, it is not. There was a time when many thought she would never even walk again. Read more
Cary, NC – The Children’s Liturgy Group at St. Michael’s Church in Cary (services are held at Green Hope High School) are raising money once again for water harvesting equipment in Mityana, Uganda. Read more
Story by Leslie Huffman. Photo by Alicia, the Kitchen Wench.
Cary, NC – Lamb is a classic entree for the Easter table. The custom of eating lamb at important religious feasts goes back thousands of years, spanning many cultures and religions. Here is an easy and delicious way to serve lamb for your Easter table. Read more