He zigged and then, at the last second, he zagged. That was his undoing. Like literally.
Ok – full disclosure up front. Don’t read any further if you have a squeamish stomach because it’s a bit graphic from here on in. Don’t make me say I told you so at the end!
Continue reading ““Cacciatore””
My mother couldn’t cook when she got married. Rather an odd state of affairs in the 50’s but there you have it. The long story about why can be found here in the Legacy of May Honey post. Stories abound in the older cousins about the things my mom made that didn’t turn out.
Continue reading “By the God Yeezys”
Twice in the last 40 years we muddied the waters of Thanksgiving weekend. Which means we celebrate 3 events over 3 days or so.
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It’s unusual but I guess these times are rather unusual. We have noted that,
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It seems to me that in times of stress we need to band together and support one another. Maybe we can’t hug but we can stay together while standing apart. We can’t convene in large groups but we can still
Continue reading “Pi Day”
A few years ago, well actually a couple of decades ago if I’m being honest, I used to be a fair hand at Continue reading “Trial & Error”
I had thought, a year ago, that the Nine Day Blessing, would be the final one. That after I
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In the valley flax fires are burning, the smoke
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Sometimes inspiration comes from unlikely sources as
Continue reading “3 Bags Full”