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There’s nothing like an art supply store to give a girl the itch to put paint to canvas. Walking into Zelda’s Art World in Flatbush, I find myself overcome with the same frustrated feeling I get walking into a terrific bookstore: so much fun stuff, so little time ...
“I’ll be home tonight around 7 p.m.” “Great. Do you want pasta or burgers for dinner?” Can small talk bridge marital divides? Here’s how everyday, seemingly inconsequential conversations promote greater shalom bayis and may actually be the glue that helps couples stick together.
“Baruch Hashem!” he said. “I have enough for another roll. One more shekel, right?” “Right,” she said with a smile, outwardly sharing his gratitude for his windfall. Inwardly, she was stunned. So that was how it worked; he would eat a little more for breakfast or a little less, depending on how many coins he could find in his pocket on any given day. And either way, it was enough for him. Without saying a word, she thanked him for that shining moment, for what he’d just shown her.
A one-second sniff of something can whet your appetite, trigger a memory, change your mood, improve your health — even spark a shopping spree. Family First investigates the power of our olfactory organs.