The Chicago-based company’s patent-pending application integrates digitised picture books with webcam communication, allowing adults and children to share stories while seeing and interacting with each other.
Laura Ormson, co-founder of Wear to Win, has been golfing since she was kid and didn’t like the options available when it came to outfits for the course.
Green Acres is now a medium sized organic and all natural foods store based on Barbara’s conviction that “food is our best medicine.” Originally the store served as an alternative to weekly grocery shopping at the large supermarket chain right across the street.
“She jokingly referred to me as her retirement plan,” said Betsy Gorman.
After the store reopened, Ms.
“It was fun, exciting, and scary all at the same time.
“We decided to focus on kitchens, because that allows us to offer the best design and prices,” Meacham said.
Over the past year, the co-op has grown to include 24 members, including two husband-and-wife teams; moved to a larger, 3,100-square-foot facility in the heart of Glendale; and Boccaccio and Crain changed the name to its Italian translation.
The couple came up with the idea when they visited India last Christmas.
Psychologist George Holden at Southern Methodist University hypothesizes that parents guide their children’s development in four complex and dynamic ways: 1.