Of course I’m fully prepared for 45 minutes of driving and kids changing and doing homework in the car. No problems there. What I can’t abide is missing dinner.
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Even when it’s balmy, I tend to make a lot of soup. It’s the easiest way I know to use up wilting produce and turn disparate items into a harmonious and satisfying meal. Since the highest temperature we’ve reached around here since last Saturday was about 14, you can bet I’ve been at the stove happily stirring soup.
It’s New Year’s Eve. I won’t bore you with too many thoughts on self-reflection or the little moment I had yesterday when I took down the Christmas tree. The holidays barreled through with so much force this year that I rarely sat back to enjoy them, which is about the only thing I regret — well, that and the plate of brown
Can you believe it’s already December 21st? Where the heck did this month go? I had planned a big holiday gift guide post for last Friday (while you presumably would still have had time to shop), but with the tragic events that happened that day, I just couldn’t write it. Like just about everyone else, I haven’t been able