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Monthly Archives: October 2011
Wednesday night’s dinner happened so fast I didn’t have time to think about it, let alone properly chronicle it for posterity. Between rushing home from errand-running and delivering The Middle-Schooler to his band concert, I had roughly one hour to … Continue reading
Fall is here, harvest is upon us, and my town’s farmers market is closing soon. Even though the market is an easy walk from home, and even closer to where I work, I’ve only gotten there twice this year. In fact, tomorrow … Continue reading
It seems I’m not alone in trying to eliminate food waste from our caloric cycle. I’ve still been using the kitchen compost bin, although I stopped tracking the daily amount when our kitchen scale broke. Without taking the time to … Continue reading
This time last year, we were awash in both apples from our backyard tree and plums from the trees along the lane behind the house. This year? Not so much. I’ve noticed a squirrel or two with an apple here … Continue reading
I’ve added some of my current reading to the “Bookshelf” page. I’m busy working every day this week and have a mountain of paperwork on my desk, but I’ll get back to writing soon enough.