It's the kind of place where you run into people you know. Where people know your name. Where you're a regular customer, and people know your order.
I ran out at lunch time to do errands as well as pick up some groceries for lunch. First... Read more
I get up early for school - 5:30 AM. It is almost always dark outside, even here at 18 degrees north of the equator. I hate getting up that early.
I stumble out to put water up to boil, then turn on the computer and the TV to check weathe... Read more
Don't you think of apples as being all American? Apple pie, apple cider, bobbing for apples, apples from Washington state - all that. Nope, not at all.
This info comes from an email advert I received from chefs.com (and they do have goo... Read more
I think this is my favorite Spark article:
www.sparkpeople.com/reso urce/fitness_articles.asp? id=331
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse found that, on average, people who wore casual clothes t... Read more
Yesterday afternoon, I made my healthy muffins. These will be my breakfast for the next few weeks. I'm a slow-to-wake-up, grab-and-go kind of person in the morning. I crave carbs and sweet and creamy in the morning - so a muffin or two, full ... Read more
My Sparkfriend Watermellen started the day - her day and my day - with William Carlos Williams' poem about plums (since she had plums with her breakfast).
So I'm sharing a favorite poem, to feed our souls - since we're coming up to the Jewi... Read more
Some of my Sparkie friends know the hurricane anniversary story, but a lot of my friends here don't - so today's blog will be the story of why DH and I celebrate the anniversary of Hurricane Marilyn as the day that we became a couple.
We me... Read more
That's a question I heard as I was walking back from an errand at school. "Who doesn't like children???" One student was asking another, in a big crowd. I said, "Well, there are some people who don't like children very much." The kid looked ... Read more
Tropical Storm Maria stretched yesterday, like a cat, from the British Virgin Islands to Venezuela. Overnight, however, she gathered herself together, back into a ball, and actually strengthened and gained another 15 mph winds.
But she's... Read more
The good news - she isn't a hurricane. In fact, she has changed shape and likely won't become a hurricane. She has slowed, she has spread. So Tropical Storm Maria now stretches vertically across all of the Caribbean. She hasn't arrived here ... Read more
We're expecting a tropical storm - Maria - to pass directly over us later Saturday/Sunday. Shouldn't be too bad, just lots of rain and wind. Power will probably go out, so we have cold food and battery lights at the ready - as well as a contai... Read more
This is from a travel ezine I receive, and this week focuses on harvest festivals - this one sounds perfect for us!
Forgotten Vegetables In France
If there’s a season that kindles nostalgia, it’s fall, a perfect time for the annual ... Read more
DH and I usually go out for bkfst on weekends. And we have a usual place where we go, the kind of place where everyone knows your name and the staff know your order.
Today we went somewhere different. Because they have waffles, and I LOVE... Read more