Scandal, Shenanigans, Super Human Strength and the Polito

If we bring those deep things before God and wait before speaking, He may tame our words, temper our emotions, call us to act in a way that inspires peace in this divided and divisive world of scandal.

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This Is Dangerous

Frankly I'm disappointed with the publicized Foodie world. They made my favorite food a bad 4 letter word ("carb"); they send mixed messages about what To Eat and what Not To Eat.  They make talented cooks/bakers/chefs cry on television when they are kicked off-let go-voted away from the kitchen because what they made was not …

Day 27: The Origin of Tea Time

Most of the people I first met in Florida were fellow dog owners in our Apartment complex.  The dogs gave us a common interest and reason for conversation.  A few of those women have become more than just a fellow dog owner.  I am thankful and know that as we get ready to finish the …

Day 26: Interview With Mother Mary

At the beginning of this writing project, I knew I would interview my mother.  It may have been the best 2 hours of my whole week.  And this is how she began:"When I think of food - it wakes up everything in me - wakes up sight, smell, taste; it delights all my senses."We set …

Day 22: Comfort Food

"You must go to bed and rest" said the doctor, many many years ago. How many days in my life have I longed for someone to tell me I had to go to bed and rest, just for a day or two. This edict long ago, was the requirement for the rest of my pregnancy. …

Day 19: The Forgotten Lunch Bag

Hot lunch. What do those words bring up for you? Pack a lunch. How about those words - any thoughts? 27 years ago I packed my hubby's lunch every night and wrote a note to tuck in the bag.  Yes I was smitten, and still am...but I don't pack it every night anymore and I …