Life lessons from embroidery.
At long last, pictures of the results of the Glover Gardens Kitchen 2.0 remodel project. It was well worth the wait.
Observations and lessons learned from how we planned, prepped, packed, culled and coped during what we called ‘The Siege’.
The Grill-Meister made a lovely sandwich to honor my cilantro pesto from the night before.
Crabs caught just off our dock at Gumbo Cove were perfectly satisfying and reminiscent of my childhood at the beach in Gilchrist, TX.
Pickles! Whether they’re hot, sweet, spicy, bread-and-butter, gherkin, relish, big dills or tiny cornichons, the pickle pucker is something I appreciate.
Some of the “During” pictures of the Glover Gardens Kitchen 2.0 project, back when we were calling it “The Siege”.
A care package made all the difference when I was stuck in an airport hotel in Norway for almost a week recovering from COVID.
A need to take perfect pictures of the “After” is a barrier to sharing the results of the Glover Gardens Kitchen Remodel.
Avocado toast wasn’t having its best moment when I ordered it on a train recently. But it brought to mind Hitchcock movie scenes from dining cars.
A search for a down-home Indian restaurant in Edinburgh helped me discover a new dish (for me): Kathmandu Chicken Tikka, with lentils. Yum!
One less twirl of the curling iron, one less email, one less change of clothes discarded for being wrong-wrong-wrong – and I’d have caught that 7:27 a.m. train.
Walking is like a photosynthesis activity for us, an absorption of what’s out there to help us grow and stay healthy within, and also a process of shedding mental toxins.