My sister Valerie and her hubby Walker got a Himalayan pink salt block for Christmas, so naturally we wanted to try it out at Christmas. A quick Internet search told us that you can either chill it [...]
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The Jack Whitten exhibit at The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis is thrilling to see. An abstract expressionist painter and paint manipulator for fifty years now, he creates stunning works of deep resonance. I'm amazed [...]
Flying on the trapeze is an excellent metaphor for life. Long ladders to climb, scary vantage points at which you consider how far you've come, and of course, facing your fears and letting go! Only [...]
It not quite a white Christmas yet here in Minneapolis, but my sister is bringing on the holiday charm with this fantastic recipe from The Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant cookbook. We've always loved halvah ever since [...]
Guest post! Hello & welcome to author Juliette Cross! Take it from here… Hi, everyone! So, my purse is ultra boring. Nothing but piles of receipts, my wallet, phone, sunglasses, and my reading glasses which [...]
On Tuesday morning, Richard and I heard the same bad news every other parent heard who has a child in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Superintendent Ramon Cortines called for a shut down of [...]
Violet gave a presentation on Estonian Winter Holidays this week, and needed to share either a song, a recipe or a game with the class. I immediately suggested Rosolje, because well, it's pink! And an unforgettable [...]
Guest post! Hello & welcome to author Sarah Hegger! Take it from here... So, it’s my turn to dump the contents of my purse and tell you all about them. I must say, this feels [...]
I never used to carry a purse. While my high school, then university compadres mooned over their new Coach bags and fished around for keys for half an hour, I always had cash in my [...]
Today was a glorious day of printmaking! I remember there were days in my twenties where I would just do art all day long - I hadn't truly appreciated those days until now. But let's not talk [...]