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- Fast, Efficient, and Furious — Is This U.S. Culture?
- We Don’t Need Influencers; We Need Each Other
- Compassion and Pride Don’t Mix
- What Will Others Think? Honestly, It Doesn’t Matter
- We Have More Than Two Choices
- Explore a World without Walls or Fences
- Too Many Items on Your List? Do This . . .
- Vacation Every Day?
- Judging Others — We’re Usually Wrong
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Monthly Archives: March 2013
Years ago, when the Norwegian Artist and I decided that I would stay home and raise the kids, this was not a savvy, astute, wordly-wise, shrewd, smart decision. Back in the 80s, when women could do anything they wanted, by … Continue reading
Well, guess who’s feeling yucky these days. There’s me, for one (and yes, you are right; that is written in a grammatically incorrect fashion, which just goes to show how yucky I’m feeling). And Tired of Being Youngest, who did … Continue reading
This weekend, the Son and Heir was indescribably excited about making Gjetost (yay-toast), a Norwegian “cheese” produced by simmering whey for 12 hours until it reduces to a creamy, caramelized concoction. Norwegian children apparently eat it spread it on their … Continue reading
Lately I’ve been wandering through various food, family, and homeschooling Facebook and blog sites, and the word “overwhelmed,” is showing up entirely too much. Like this: “I am homeschooling a five-year-old and I have a toddler and a new baby. … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I get vaguely irritated when I realize that I’m being manipulated. And given the marketing climate in which our society operates, this means that if I don’t watch it, I spend two thirds of … Continue reading
How often have you heard this — “Religion is a crutch that only weak people need?” If you’re not religious, your first thought may be, “That’s right!” If you are religious, your first thought may not be very charitable. But … Continue reading
Never heard of Kamut®? It’s an ancient grain, and I give a brief overview of what it is and why we use it in Ancient Wheat — a Potential Alternative to Gluten Free. These rolls involve time — mixing and … Continue reading
Gluten free eating is “popular” these days, although I hesitate using that P word because some people who are truly gluten intolerant (think, Celiac Disease) get offended, and understandably so. But gluten-free is popular in the sense that a lot … Continue reading