Monthly Archives: November 2010

Whew! Now Back to Our Regularly Scheduled

…Life. It has turned out to be a little therapeutic to be anonymous. Without the ordinary filter of needing to ‘get along’ or ‘play nice’.  I have learned about who I am. Kind of an emotional ~ahem~ prostitute. Really. The … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: Rounding Out the Table

We can come to the table without gratitude. Or. We can eat leftover pizza, a can of tuna, and some trail mix with joy, gratitude and great fellowship. It makes no difference what is on that table. The content of … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Challenge:Turkey v. Circs

Alright, probably no one will read this, but that is probably for the best.  It is good that I am anonymous, because I need to vent and be completely thorough about it. The pilgrims are perennial role models for us … Continue reading

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Top Ten Reasons to be Thankful

I have spent the better part of the last twenty years in an intellectual battle over the habit of coffee drinking (seriously, no more trying to pose as a thinker after admitting that).  I recently lost the battle, but won … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Recipes:Channeling the Pilgrim

The pilgrims and the indians seem to have had quite a protein heavy feast for all the harvest celebrating they were doing.  We know they had corn…for heaven’s sake. Probably sweet potatoes and beans.  They also had venison and fish.  … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: Good Enough 2 – The Starches

Three Cheers for the starches. HIP HIP HOORAY HIP HIP HOORAY HIP HIP HOORAY (Hey, I didn’t make up that cheer.  If you are all subliminal about your hips.  Not. My. Problem.) There is good news about all the starches. … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Recipes: Good Enough is Good

Somewhere, every time I write about food, family, and traditions; a woman named Martha scratches an itchy hive. Here, where I live, good enough is good. When I looked at the menu, I realized there are several items that require … Continue reading

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