Monthly Archives: December 2013

Boursin Cheese Almost — A Last Minute Holiday Treat

If I were prone to generous sharing and actually helpful hints, I would have shared this easy, far less expensive than the grocery store variety recipe earlier. But I’m not, so here it is now: Two 8 ounce packages cream … Continue reading

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Plumbing Ads, Chaucer, Beethoven, and Evita

I’m not completely unfamiliar with public restroom ads. I’ve seen many off-color ads for plumbing, good-time boys, and taxi cabs on the inside of bathroom stalls of bars and restaurants. Still, when I joined the intermission line of twenty women … Continue reading

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Slouching Towards Bethlehem

Joan Didion Noonday Press, 1968 This book of essays has been on a mental list as a must read for years. Aside from the usual reasons of not reading it due to time issues, the deeper reason I avoided it … Continue reading

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