Tag Archives: etiquette

Accessibility Matters

Last weekend, I brought my 8-year-old daughter to a very large museum. Though my daughter is healthy, I knew that she would get tired walking through the galleries, so I decided to borrow a wheelchair from the coat check for … Continue reading

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How to Be Potluck Popular

Just brig Plates… cups and cutlery. Everyone needs them and there never enough to go around. Your fellow attendees will thank you! Be Picky… This isn’t your grandma holiday dinner don’t feel obligated to put everything on your plate! Saying … Continue reading

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Potluck

 Is it possible to take home the grand prize at a potluck? A couple years ago my answer would’ve been “absolutely”.  I’d imagine we were on a competitive cooking show as I strutted in with my foil covered platter, ready … Continue reading

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Authenic Self

Dear God, please help us to prioritize care, respect, and manners. Help us to check in with ourselves and bring the best version of ourselves to the table everyday. It’s the only way we will heal. Amen. Positively Purging-I welcome … Continue reading

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Real Life Rants

RANT to cherry prices. I was in a supermarket in the Colorado Springs, Colorado, area where Washington state red cherries were being sold at $2.79 per pound. I flew back to Seattle the next day and stopped at a supermarket owned … Continue reading

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