Two weeks ago I went to Spring Training in Peoria, Arizona. There was baseball. And there were sunrises. And there were some of my favorite people in the entire world. There was sun, heat, and firm asses in white pants. Oh, it was good. Except for the pesky fact that […]
Identity is this strange thing. The details by which we define ourselves can be as small as “basil lover” and as big as “American.” Regardless of their size, we all seem to have very specific ones to which we cling. These are the details invisibly stamped across our chest. For […]
I read somewhere once that agreeing to marry someone is like being handed – in a sneaky way – a ticket to an amusement park ride.
Lately I have gotten to eat a lot of amazing things. Doughnuts fresh from the fryer. Quiche baked with eggs gathered that day. Goat cheese fresh from a cheese farm. It’s all been a bit calorie heavy. And with Watershed just around the corner, I need something that’s filling and […]
Fall is no longer coming slowly. He’s arrived. The fitful bursts of summer’s heat have all but faded, along with any color my very pale skin may have gathered. Though I’m rather sad that one of my sundresses still hangs unworn, there’s nothing quite so pleasant as standing in your […]
Since May 25, I’ve eaten four Costco boxes of peaches, several pounds of roasted tomatoes and enough Salted Caramel Chocolate Bars to last a lifetime, almost. Needless to say, it’s been a good summer. A tasty one. And a busy one. There have been trips to the San Juan Islands […]