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When I was in grade school, an ice ball was what the boys lobbed at the girls on the way home from school. They were harder than snowballs and left a temporary permanent mark if one connected with an uncovered
… finish reading Ice Balls
Today was one of those days when Earl and I zoned out, which meant he didn’t work on real estate projects (Did I mentioned he is still working as a Realtor®?) and I didn’t work on my various volunteer projects.
… finish reading Red Lobster
Within the last year, I’ve upgraded my stove and purchased new cookware. If I had known what a difference these changes would make, I’d have done them earlier.
When we moved into our current home, I thought I’d done my
… finish reading KitchenAid and Cuisinart
Saugatuck is a boating community less that fifty miles up the road. It is charming and long been a summer tourist attraction. It’s got an inland lake, access to the big lake (Lake Michigan for the uninitiated), plenty of slips
… finish reading Saugatuck
Last winter, Earl had to replace some pricey item on his Avalon (Neither of us can recall what it was now.), and I bought four new tires for my Camry. In both cases, we received a rebate in the form
… finish reading Lobster
My friend J often quotes me when the conversation turns to food. “Anne doesn’t just like to eat,” she says, noting that she actually wrote this down the first time I said it. “She likes to dine.”
It’s true. Whether
… finish reading Eating vs. Dining
I met a friend for breakfast this morning at the local Country Kitchen Café. I rarely eat there, even though it’s close to my home. There is no fancy coffee; they don’t poach eggs; and they’re open only until 2:30
… finish reading Country Kitchen
It’s against condo regulations, but I’m growing strawberries in a small area bounded by our home on one side and a sidewalk on the other. The plants offer a great ground cover for that flowerbed with the added benefit of
… finish reading Shortcake
One of my dearest, long-time friends lives on the other side of the state. In fact, we haven’t lived near each other since 1971 when I moved away from the Detroit area for good. So we’re always looking for ways
… finish reading Lunch