The 41sections brand started as an idea by two brothers, Jim and Matt Mulholland, to create a company using a combination of things that they were passionate about. The idea was to combine art, clothing, and the town they grew up in. 41 sections is an indie clothing brand.
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Levittown Comfort along with Comfort, Cooks and Kitchens are looking for Levittown’s Best Backyard BBQ-er!
Do you think you have what it takes to take home the crown? Or maybe you know someone to nominate? Either way, we are now taking submissions. Finalists will compete for prizes and bragging rights in this competition of an American pastime, and be named Levittown’s Best Backyard BBQ-er!
Baseball season is upon us.
Soon, our kids will manage to coat their new cleats with mud from pre-pre- season practices on extra muddy (if not frozen) fields.
Our weekends will fill with practice schedules, in an effort to loosen up rusty players.They will soon getting their pitching arms prepared, gloves broken in and bats swinging.
I presented my loyal Facebook fans with a writing prompt, quite a few obliged.
The prompt was simple.
Finish this sentence “Comfort is….”
Comfort comes in all shapes and sizes. Everyone has their own idea of what comfort is. The focus of this blog is to share with other Levittowners, your comfort experience, and also to share things that may have made you feel not so comfortable. Neighbors helping neighbors, is the true beauty of this hyper-local niche website.
Yesterday was trash pick up day in my section. As I drove down my street, I saw a lot of Christmas trees lying curbside, waiting. So I feel it’s safe to assume that by now everyone has safely packed away the ornaments, and garland. Maybe even de-strung the outdoor lights?
I’m not sure when this habit formed. It’s quite possible it was around the same time that gas prices rose. I am referring, of course, to my uncanny ability to form an errand loop.
Allow me to explain.
One of the most glorious messes in the world is the mess created in the living room on Christmas day. Don’t clean it up too quickly. ~ Andy Rooney
I love this quote, yet only moments after opening presents, my OCD took over and I threw out all the wrapping paper at once, then began stacking gifts into neat little piles. After that, I started the pile for returns.
I can see the Landfill from my front door. On a good day? I can smell it too.
The Waste Management Landfill or ‘dirty diaper mountain’, as my kids refer to it, is growing daily.
My family enjoys summers at the Penn Warner Club, where we fish and camp in warmer months. In recent years we have found these activities less enjoyable as the air in Tullytown is thick and uneasy to breathe. All thanks to the Waste Management Landfill.
Today’s blog was supposed to be a list of links to visit and tips to use for this week in December.
Though, Friday’s awful events in Newtown, Connecticut have brought all of us to a halt, including the social media world.
As people on Twitter and Facebook began to realize what was happening and who was harmed, each post and status update began to reflect that.