Monthly Archives: July 2009

>The Early Bird Catches a Crapload of Worms

>The writing has been plugging along. Slowly. I’m just starting to find a rhythm and have been able to write at least an hour a day. Unfortunately, an hour of writing doesn’t quite produce what it used to. I suspect … Continue reading

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>Carrots in my Cookies?

>Since the last cookies turned out so good, I decided I had to try Heidi’s carrot variation. A recent bout with too much ginger made me omit the fresh ginger and add 1/2 teaspoon of ceylon cinnamon and 1/4 teaspoon … Continue reading

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>Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

>Sadly, I’ve always had very fine, very thin hair. My ponytails were often mocked (usually by my mother) for their slim profile (I use the rubberbands meant for bracelets to pull my hair back) and my hair never does much … Continue reading

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>Oatmeal, Banana, Coconut, and Chocolate Chip Cookies

>When we moved in together a year and a half ago, we combined resources, doubling our pantry stock. For the most, part, this wasn’t a problem and things like noodles and beans went rather quickly. For a while there, we … Continue reading

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>Pantry Challenge: The First Two Weeks

>I have to admit that I’ve been finding this pantry challenge rather enjoyable. Every couple of days I find an ingredient that’s been languishing in our cupboard or freezer for an inordinate amount of time and I start perusing the … Continue reading

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>Potato Stir-Fry with Mint and Cilantro

>While I already subscribe to Fine Cooking, I recently decided to splurge on the latest edition of Fine Cooking Fresh, since we don’t get a copy with our subscription. Truth be told, I bought the magazine for one recipe: the … Continue reading

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>Tom Sawyer Paints a Fence Day

> Our First Date… I had planned on having a small get together to celebrate Independence Day/Tom Sawyer Paints a Fence Day/Our 2nd Anniversary, but, instead, Josh planned a punk show at Community Cycles that he, as the planner, needed … Continue reading

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