Marcia Stark Meth

Marcia Stark Meth

One-third of the SisterSchmooze trio—and also known as “The Twins’ Sister”—Marcia Stark Meth lives in the Washington DC area and works for a federal contractor. When she’s not busy managing projects or writing reports, web content, proposals, presentations, and other assorted materials, she dreams about the North Carolina Outer Banks. That’s where, for more than ten years, her hard-working family has been converging every summer for one relaxing, fun-filled, family-bonding week. Her kids and grandkids come from across the globe: Silver Spring, Maryland; Boca Raton, Florida: Las Vegas, Nevada; and even Israel! In addition to “beach therapy,” she considers the SisterSchmooze column as “writing therapy.” She especially loves writing about her Brooklyn roots and about memories of her amazing mother, Rose Stark a’h, a Holocaust survivor.

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Wednesday, June 12, 2019
While his job was covert, his faith was overt. Remembering Dr. Sheldon Meth
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Wednesday, April 03, 2019
Like so much in our lives, Old is only as good or bad as we make it. It’s all about how we look at it. And that’s a lesson that never grows old
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Thursday, January 10, 2019
Fasten your fur hat earflaps, slip your hands into a cozy muff, and wrap your babushka around your head as the Sisters travel to the icy land of the Russian bear
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Wednesday, November 21, 2018
This will be the fiftieth time we’re sharing our thoughts and dreams and fears, our frequent laughs and occasional tears, with de gantze mishpuchah of Mishpacha readers
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
We set ourselves a Schmooze Challenge: What possible educational takeaways can be derived by someone sitting in a studio audience watching a show being filmed live?
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Wednesday, May 30, 2018
While we do use Waze, we’re less than impressed with the idea that technology has made getting lost obsolete. People can still get lost
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Come join us as we remember how we got past the hitches and glitches surrounding weddings long past, flower girls and “flower boys” now all grown up
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Wednesday, March 07, 2018
When we Sisters decided to give our readers some red to read, we found a color tinted with many different shades for schmoozing
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Wednesday, December 20, 2017
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