Monthly Archives: September 2015

Princesses and Dragons: The Joy of Being a Grandparent

Before I became a grandmother, friends raved about how great it is to have grandkids. I believed them, of course, but it was so much better than I even dreamed it would be. When you have grandchildren, your entire world … Continue reading

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Breakfast Quinoa: A Change from Oatmeal

Some mornings are oatmeal mornings, aren’t they? You just want something warm, creamy, and comforting to get you on your way. The trouble is, oatmeal never sticks with me quite the way the nutrition experts say it will. I end … Continue reading

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Asian Vinaigrette Dressing You’ll Love

In our family, we’re fond of Asian salad dressing like the kind you enjoy at a sushi house. I like mine less oily, more “tangy” from rice wine vinegar, and on the more garlicky side. I’ve tried using fresh ginger, … Continue reading

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Authors and Readers: Joined by the Word and the Heart

I saw something on Facebook the other day, a quote by author Madeleine L’Engle, who said, “The author and the reader ‘know’ each other; they meet on a bridge of words.” I would say that we meet through our hearts … Continue reading

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