By Valerie Yasner
Martha Stewart and Me
True confession: I’ve been a Martha Stewart follower since the early 90s. Her old magazines are stored in my basement and my daughters and I watched her old shows religiously. Parties, changing seasons, holidays, and projects were all sourced through our Martha lens. So, it makes sense that when our youngest daughter, who made Aliyah…
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