Susan Dromey Heeter is a writer from Dover who recently let her hair go au natural white. Writing has been her passion since her English majoring days at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Dromey Heeter has lived in The Netherlands, Alaska and currently basks in all things New England, including the frigid winters. An avid swimmer, Dromey Heeter’s great passion is to bring back body surfing as most children have no idea how to ride waves without ridiculous boogie boards.
This year she has collected over 400 gowns, all sizes, colors and styles. Prominence Boutique is open today, Saturday, March 4 from 10 – 6 and will be open again tomorrow from 10 – 3
Shakespeare once wrote, “Action is eloquence.” It’s from his play, Coriolanus, a play I’ve never read nor seen performed. But I muse joyfully on this quote as it’s so hopeful, persuasive, true to the adage, “Change your mind, move a muscle.”
It’s significantly warmer today, Joyful Musers, and it’s a good day to thaw and ask some questions, to muse on the answers, to wonder why.
Today I muse on the Academy Awards. I have not seen any of the films but hope to be prepared by the time the awards begin.
My daughter and I went skating today at Strawbery Banke in Portsmouth. And, as I have a friend in Cincinnati who enjoys the webcam at the rink, I knew she was watching and I waved.
The ocean is still here, still worth a walk, a pause, my time.
After arriving at work, mercifully, in the right car with my husband, my niece, Maeve, came to my school to tell stories of her adventures spending a semester in Rome.
Welcome, Musers, to the final column of 2022. It’s the end of a year, the beginning of a new one and here are musings for a better world, a better day, a better moment.
Happy all. Happy stay in your pajamas and watch too much tv, happy not getting cards out or gifts wrapped, happy day.