As a journalist publishing a bi-monthly

column in the Lake Style section of the Laconia Daily Sun,  Elizabeth Howard reflects on the contemporary moment from the perspective of the changing seasons.  She writes of the  renewal that is found in the spring, the carefree pleasure of summer, the glorious palette of colors in the fall and the majestic winter season when the landscape is transformed into a  wonderland. A poetic and thoughtful perspective on how to live with style, elegance and grace.

April 09, 2024
Nature Loves Us Back
  I missed the eclipse.  Although I was with friends on a terrace at the Museum of Modern Art, the buildings obstructed what might have been our view.  Watching a natural phenomenon generates a sense of awe and is a reminder of how much beauty there is surrounding us. I’m enjoying all the photographs friends … Continue reading "Nature Loves Us Back"

March 17, 2024
Half Magic – Half Music
  In 1991 the United States Congress designated March as Irish American Heritage month. Since then, the president annually issues a proclamation commemorating the occasion. Curious about the history of the St. Patrick’s Day parade in New York City, as it has become one of the largest parades in the world and New York turns … Continue reading "Half Magic – Half Music"