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A Susan Poulin Kind of Day

Today Susan Poulin—aka Ida LeClair—is coming to the Winthrop library to read from her book, Finding Your Inner Moose, which somehow manages to be a humorous, self-help book. I’ve often said that if you follow the advice in Susan’s book, then you will have a happier life. And you’ll do it while laughing.

Before the reading, Susan is joining me for an early supper. Lucky me! I’ll have a chance to chat with Susan for a couple of hours as we eat, something that we don’t often get a chance to do because of distance and busy schedules.

I’ll be making a tarragon chicken salad and bran muffins. We’ll also have fruit—cantaloup and grapes. For dessert, homemade chocolate ice cream.

Susan’s visit sure perks up the week.