Generally, I watch my bread intake and keep it to a minimum. Therefore, when I'm going to have some bread, I want some BREAD! This is the good stuff- the wonderful bread that I knew from my grandma's home, passed to her daughters' homes, then later to their children's homes, and then to THEIR children's … Continue reading Grandma Margie’s White Bread
Got borders and boundaries? As hard as I've worked to instill these necessary behavioral guardrails, every so often I will be made aware that my practice of "waiting in the cupboard" has resurfaced. If this is one of your challenges as well, simply picture the blue can and remember: you’re NOBODY’S spam. Sometimes we just … Continue reading Counting On Spam
Ironically, Valentine's Day is by far my most disdained holiday and yet I'm almost always inclined to post about it. I take that back. It's actually not ironic at all that a solution seeking person such as myself is all up in this business of Valentine's Day, poking and prodding, eyeballing it from this angle … Continue reading It’s Valentine’s Day. Again.
As hubby and I celebrate our 31st wedding anniversary, I ask that you visualize the following: a massive cathedral, a radiantly coiffed, designer-gowned bride and elegantly tuxedo-ed groom, a ballroom reception with a champagne flowing fountain and a diamond studded wedding cake. Now, let's talk about our big day. A ceremony at my parent's house, … Continue reading Champagne Wishes and Caviar Dreams