One might think that someone who cooks for a living would be a kitchen gadget nut but I am not. In my humble opinion there are only a few things you NEED in a kitchen. Most of them are sharp knifes 🙂 While shopping… Continue Reading “I Can’t Say They Didn’t Warn Me.”
After enjoying the new super moon/eclipse/equinox/Ostara day last Friday AND our tasty little chicken I thought it was time for some less gruesome kitchen activities. I love bread. I think Dr. Atkins might be the devil incarnate but I have to admit when I follow… Continue Reading “Spring A-Bread, Flour Back. Easter Bread.”
Well, I went and jinxed it. After a few posts about how well behaved Isis has been and posting a survival skills article that included “knowing how to dress and butcher an animal.” I have to admit; I was kind of asking for it. Like… Continue Reading “BAD DOG!!! “No Soup For YOU!””
“A hard truth makes for better sleep than a fluffy lie.”
Snow turns to rain but winter is unwilling to let its prisoners go, the bitting cold guilds the land. A new day shines forth. Morning sun hugs new-grown shoots and buds in silver light.
On our drive home, the boys and I started talking about a character the Little One invented during the week we were snowed in, the Underwear Wizard. Things got out of hand (as all good stories do) and the next thing I knew; we… Continue Reading “The Amazing Adventure Of The Underwear Wizard.”
And that’s ok with me. In our modern age, “being a fool” carries a decidedly negative connotation. We place high value on planning, goals, specific culturally defined aspirations and conformity to the norms. In tarot, The Fool is the first card of the major arcana and… Continue Reading “I Am A Fool…”
Today, I reveled in the sound of snow melt running off our roof through the open window. Three weeks ago I declared winter to be over and this afternoon I believed it. I even saw ground on the side of the road. GROUND! Ground that had… Continue Reading “IT’S MELTING!”
After a family trip to the vet, I was overwhelmed by two polarizing emotions. The first was payment shock at the almost five hundred dollar bill. This outrage was tempered by the knowledge that it was all the shots our four domestics should need… Continue Reading “Ode To Honey.”
This little piggy went to the market. This little piggy stayed home. This little piggy rigged a jail break and got everyone out.