Monthly Archives: March 2016

Pork Loin visits Asia

Scott Contant had a great recipe in PEOPLE magazine for grilled chicken wings. I did not have wings. Okay, correction, I was not going to dig through my freezer to see if we had any. My method of helping to … Continue reading

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The sowing of a tulip bulb

How about this miracle… God says if you plant the seed I will make the tree. Wow, you can’t have a better arrangement than that. First, it gives God the tough end of the deal. What if you had to … Continue reading

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Pharmaceuticals, greed and a dead boy

This article just enrages me. Medication should never be the first solution, nor should one implement a test such as GAF. Luckily that crap has been dropped from the DSM5, along with the multiaxial system. The rationale for dropping the … Continue reading

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Methods of Journaling -Pages of a Career Journal

“The last two days I have been helping girls with difference resources.” Rereading this, I’m sure this was an attempt at Gretchen Rubin’s one sentence a day challenge. Sadly, this method isn’t for me (Has anyone successfully kept a one … Continue reading

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Blood Oranges meet Liquor with a Side of Spring Reading

I admired these beautiful ruby red globes of citrus and reflected on the gardens I am planting. I could taste arugula and radishes for a wonderful summer salad and amazing homemade vinaigrette. Yes, I have planted my seeds, but it … Continue reading

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