I know I cannot do my angst justice, but I will try anyway. You see, I am not rational. Nobody is, if you think about it. Think about it. But we try to be, don’t we? We’ve taught ourselves and our children and the children of other children to believe that more is more, that… Continue reading The Feed of Nations
Yesterday morning as I reached into my bag of cherries, my index fingertip was greeted by a dreadful, wet, squishiness that could only mean one thing: cherry season was over. In a desperate attempt to salvage the remaining cherries from those plagued with sickly brown craters, I quickly separated the good from the bad and… Continue reading Ground Rules
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma, which is living with the result of other peoples' thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition." -Steve Jobs It's… Continue reading all in eh?
Under normal circumstances I'm calm and umm... perhaps disconnected (not sure it's the right word, but that's not remotely important). ANYWAYS, oh my foodness gracious I can' t wait to share this salad with you. And for you meat-and-potato guys out there, yeah you, I'm feeling pretty solid on this one. I mean, filled with crispy roasted… Continue reading Ain’t No Outrunning the Potato
It's officially half a year since Christmas, and there is absolutely no sign of me missing glazed ham, pumpkin pie, nor cider. I mean, at the time, in the holiday spirit I did enjoy these things, but darling summer, who's crept up on me as if playing hide and seek here in the Valley, has… Continue reading RAWRrrr
A weekend is always a breath of fresh air a midst a stuffy itinerary of papers, events, and due dates; and I am not about to let it slip by without the addition of some sweet memories. Something wintry and bright, and maybe with a bit of spice would be surely very nice, but continuing with my… Continue reading Honey Honey