Attitude

I'm often complemented on my positive attitude about everything that happened to me. It hasn't always been that way. I was angry. Furious that the person I trusted most in this world betrayed me in the most horrific ways, causing me to lose everything I held sacred. I cursed him. I dreamed violent dreams. I … Continue reading Attitude

On the Menu: Pot of Veggies at the End of the Rainbow

It's been quite some time since I've done one of these posts. This whole fall has been a whirlwind of activity between The Jeff Probst Show and other spin-offs from the book, activities with friends, and marathon training. This weekend has been a chance to catch my breath before the next round of craziness begins … Continue reading On the Menu: Pot of Veggies at the End of the Rainbow

Done Bun Can’t Be Undone

I have always been a huge fan of Stephen King. He has a magical way of delving into the wonderment and wisdom inherent in the ten-year-old's mind which paints a world we all remember yet no longer are privy to as adults. He carries this slightly off perspective through his adult characters as well, showing … Continue reading Done Bun Can’t Be Undone

On the Menu: Low Carb Pasta and Baked Zucchini Fries

I made a mistake last week.  We are in the midst of testing season at school which means the daily schedule is put in blender and spit back out.  As a result, I ended up with 3 days last week with no lunch period, meaning I had to attempt to eat (two hours past my … Continue reading On the Menu: Low Carb Pasta and Baked Zucchini Fries

On the Menu: Lemon Pepper Pasta and Verdant Sides

This meal is a true vitamin C bonanza.  I think it would offer one protection against scurvy for at least a year or two.  In fact, this is the meal Blackbeard's mum should have made for him before he set off to pillage the seven seas. Lemon Pepper Pasta This comes from my first vegetarian … Continue reading On the Menu: Lemon Pepper Pasta and Verdant Sides