Yesterday I took our dog for a short walk around the neighborhood. She hadn’t gotten one the day before due to commitments we had, and she had had to endure being outside for the day. Even though it was raining, I know she looks forward to her daily walk, so we went. While walking, and… Continue reading Intra-connectedness
Month: October 2021
Nil Cooking This Week
This has been a most unusual week. I really didn’t make or bake anything this week. We had some events, some eating out, and some family making dinner for us instead. The only bit I did was making a couple of loaves of banana bread. I was thinking today how I have missed making food… Continue reading Nil Cooking This Week
Sand Talk and The Walking Dead
A couple of months ago as I was listening to the radio, an author, Tyson Yunkaporta, was being interviewed about his book, Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World. The interview intrigued me enough to explore his book. I purchased it as an Audible book. As I’ve listened to it, I have found… Continue reading Sand Talk and The Walking Dead
Bullying vs Courage
Two words have been on my mind in thinking about the state of our country and politics this past week: Bullying and courage. We have too many bullies and not enough courage. There is a lot of media coverage on the bullies with very little pushback on them. The bullies, whom we have enough actual… Continue reading Bullying vs Courage
BoA Super Regional Day
Surprise! Another October Saturday, another band contest. This one is the Bands of America Super Regional. I’m going to post tomorrow as I’ve some thoughts on my mind I need to get out into the world.
Peanut Butter Cookie Battle: Gluten vs Gluten-Free
My former boss’s last day was this past Monday. As a little good luck and thank you celebration, I made some peanut butter cookies. As I mentioned in a recent post, we have some team members who need gluten-free baked goods. Although I can’t do gluten-free every time, I wanted to do so for the… Continue reading Peanut Butter Cookie Battle: Gluten vs Gluten-Free
Life is Busy
Today was the first day of my new position. Learning all the things I didn’t know I didn’t know, and what I needed to know that I don’t. All par for the course in any new position. It will all calm down soon. I’ll feel a little more knowledgeable soon. Longer post another day. For… Continue reading Life is Busy
Be Better Storytellers Dems!
I’ve never been shy writing about the weaknesses and poor decisions made by leaders and spokespeople of the Democratic Party. They more often than not, snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. In doing so, they often look as if they can get nothing accomplished. Which, more often than not, is true. Universal health care,… Continue reading Be Better Storytellers Dems!
This week I was asked to bring a dessert when we went over to the Papa’s for dinner. When I get asked, which I enjoy bringing a dessert, my mind starts racing. My mind wonders if I should make something I’ve made in the past. Maybe take a risk and make something brand new. Should… Continue reading Banana Cake
Another Door Opens
In exactly one week, another door in my educational career will open. I will be the new director of our division. It is a great opportunity, and a challenge I am looking forward to meeting. Many have congratulated me and asked how I’m feeling. Really, I’m very excited. And. Really, I’m a bit anxious. Excited… Continue reading Another Door Opens