Monthly Archives: April 2016

Morning Routine

Have to love these two. They have an unvarying morning routine. Before they head upstairs to settle down for a post breakfast snooze while Frank has his coffee, they stop at the front door. They check to see if Rocky, … Continue reading

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Spiralized Spring

I came across this picture when I was looking for something else and immediately wondered why it had been so long since I’d made this super simple, great dish. With spiralizing, as with many other things I guess, when you move … Continue reading

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The Waiting Season

the waiting season empty moorings bend and bob marking time and space

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Spring Jacket Time

Decided yesterday that I’m declaring that winter is officially over. Mother Nature may have other plans, but I’m done. This determination came as we were walking Daisy on the bike path. Daffodils were bobbing their heads in clusters on the … Continue reading

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Around the Table

Maya Angelou is quoted as saying that, “Sitting down to a table is one of the few times we can be intimate with one another.”  Inviting friends to share a meal at home, or making an effort to meet in restaurants … Continue reading

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Spiralized Hash Browns

This could be a first. Frank actually suggested that I spiralize some potatoes and onions so that he could make hash browns for breakfast. He’s usually suggesting that a mashed or chopped vegetable might be nice for a change instead … Continue reading

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April

It’s April after all, so it has to be daffodils dripping with moisture on a misty, moisty morning.

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