Five and a half years ago, as I dealt with my company's worst PR crisis in almost 50 years of business AND tried to understand why my first grade son's friends were reading Harry Potter while he struggled with Henry & Mudge AND watched the housing renovation market head south knowing it would likely lead … Continue reading The trouble with kale. (food, week of 10.21.13)
The first time Bernard came to visit me in Omaha, we had grand plans for making dinner that were thwarted by an unexpected half-day search for Ella dog who went off chasing a rabbit at the entrance to Platte River park and disappeared. That tale’s another story for another day, but the net result was … Continue reading Raindrops on zinnias. (food, week of 10.7.13)
School starts in 10 days, and I am not ready to give up summer.
(Note: weekly menu's at the bottom, even though this Saturday's post isn't about food.) I envy scrapbookers. I envy their shelves of creative memory markers, the hours they spend enjoying their creative process as they clip, crop and embellish. I have a scrapbook or two, and every now and again I'll sit down and create … Continue reading 26 Ordinary years. (I have a blog? And a weekly menu?)