About a month ago – for reasons too vast to explain in a 1,000 word blog post – I found myself creating a timeline of “Racism and Immigration” in the United States for the convent’s biannual community gathering. And because I can never do anything half-way, I wound up filling 21 large bulletin boards for… Read More On racism, white saviors, and being honest with ourselves
You know what the best thing is about the Christmas season? The absolute bestest thing? Yeah, sure, you got your presents, the decorations, the yummy food. That’s all well and good. But the best thing – the super cool bestest thing – is being able to send packages using the Magical Mystical Mailing Machine.
Today for your reading pleasure, we shall be reviewing not one, not two, but three cookbooks! (The mind reels!) But before we get to that, I have to tell you about my past weekend. And here’s a tip I’ll share with you right off the bat: Make yourself a friend with a second home. Preferably… Read More On Cookbooks, Churches & the Jeweler of Mordor
The movie, not the confection, although I’m sure there’s lots we can learn from the confection. Especially 85% cacao. That stuff is intense. What I’m talking about is the movie with Juliette Binoche. I watched it again recently, mainly because I didn’t remember it from the first time. (Also, it’s currently streaming on Netflix.) If… Read More A Lesson from Chocolat