Monthly Archives: September 2013

Shine On Award

I am very, very remiss in acknowledging this award (yet ever so grateful and with much thanks) that The Novice Gardener nominated me for earlier this week.  Being nominated was a bright spot in a very long week with much … Continue reading

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Detox Detour

As a very wise person once said, everything in moderation…including moderation.  So, I took a little weekend break from my vacation detox. When we were in London last week, my sister made an amazing Lemon Polenta cake from the River … Continue reading

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Waiting, waiting, waiting…

For my telecom provider to get here and fix the glitches that invaded yesterday morning right in the middle of a client conference call…I’ve been intermittently without internet access and/or my landline for over 24 hours.   And I can’t … Continue reading

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Vacation Detox

In my world, there are no such things as calories on holidays.   One of the joys of travelling is having the time to enjoy wonderful food.  We just spent ten days in Riga and London, sharing many amazing meals … Continue reading

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When life gives you figs…

As you know, I love figs…so I was inspired by a recent post at CupCake Travels to make fig jam this afternoon. I don’t have a sweet tooth: the rare times I have toast & jam for breakfast, I am a … Continue reading

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