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“We lay aside letters never to read them again, and at last we destroy them out of discretion, and so disappears the most beautiful, the most immediate breath of life, irrecoverable for ourselves and for others.” … Continue reading
My husband thinks I’m the worrier in the family, but I know the truth. Yes, I worry about the little things, like what if Trader Joe’s never starts carrying their Conacado Organic Fair Trade Cocoa anymore and we’re forced to … Continue reading
There’s something about making bread in winter that takes the dreariness out of the day. Yesterday I made four loaves of my favorite whole wheat bread and thought I’d share the recipe with you. If you’ve never made bread before, … Continue reading
“Never leave home without your eyebrows” was one of the Mom-isms I learned at an early age from my mother. Most moms struggle with their adolescent daughters about the make-up issue when girls, starting in middle school, think they are … Continue reading
For Christmas my brother and sister-in-law gave me a book entitled Good Poems, which are the poems that Garrison Keillor selects and reads on his NPR program, The Writer’s Almanac. This morning I read a poem called “Woolworth’s” by Mark … Continue reading