In the past we were pretty active in posting recipes of dishes I concocted, however over the past several years we haven’t been as active making new dishes of frankly cooking much for that matter. The past holiday season I received a free week of Blue Apron meals from myContinue Reading

I am heartbroken as this world lost an amazing man yesterday – my Granddaddy, Clifford Talbott; he served through the entire WWII and made it home safely, he would have been 95 next month, and he still lived in the house he raised both his children in and celebrated almost 64Continue Reading

This is our friend’s (lovely Lisa of Pot & Box) dog Ko and, in case you can’t tell from the photo, he is awesome. Sadly, our handsome fella has cancer…the good news is that there is a treatment that can help save Ko. If you can give any amount to help save KoContinue Reading

One year ago today, we lost an amazing presence in our lives. He was one of the kindest, most patient, loving, & easygoing people I ever met & he had a wonderful sense of humor. He is gone, but will always be loved & will never be forgotten.

Actress Elizabeth Taylor passed away today; she was an amazing actress & a beautiful woman, with her violet eyes & old Hollywood glamour. I love her in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, among others. What a talent she had!

I don’t mind the cold & snow outside – I actually think that it’s lovely out when there’s a fresh fallen snow – but what I do mind is that I’ve come down with a cold & it’s awful. I’m miserable & have been this way since New Year’s Day.Continue Reading

Family & friends are so very important to me; without them, I would live a very sad & lonely life. I count myself lucky that I treasure the memories I have of growing up & spending time with my grandparents & relatives as a child. I had a special bondContinue Reading

Val and spent last weekend working with a group of friends to make a short film for the 48hr Film Project. We were given the genre of comedy, the character Leeanne or Liam Butler, a painter, the prop of a book, and the line “why don’t you explain it toContinue Reading