Today I’m sharing three things that make Sunday even more relaxing and rewarding on the last day of the biggest long weekend of the year. I’m taking time today to … Continue reading Three Things on Sunday After Thanksgiving
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France is a magical place for me because the French value aesthetic experiences in a way that we don’t typically here in the USA. Their desire for beauty in everyday … Continue reading Three Things I Learned in Dijon
Today I’m thinking about the connections between art, bread, loneliness and Philip Seymour Hoffman. Sharing bread is the way through, out and around the desolation that fuels loneliness. I’m certain … Continue reading Art, Bread, Loneliness and Philip Seymour Hoffman
Couronne is French for “crown.” Bakeries feature this sweet bread all over France using different sweet or savory fillings. This cranberry couronne is a lovely holiday treat any time, but … Continue reading Cranberry Couronne
In August, I became a citizen of the USA. It seems oddly fitting that I’m doing a post today for a delicious sweet that’s proudly Canadian, the date square of … Continue reading Date Squares
A great experience. We spent a night at Six Sigma Ranch and Winery in Lower Lake, CA a couple of weeks ago. The ranch is located about 45 miles from … Continue reading RV Trip to Six Sigma Ranch