Monthly Archives: September 2013

The journey continues…

I’m happy to report that, as of this morning, I am down 17.5 pounds.  So I will plod along until I hit 20 pounds, then go to the mall (which I detest doing) and buy the next 2 charms for … Continue reading

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A loaf of bread, a wheel of brie and thee…

This is Meg Riley’s interpretation of the famous line, “A loaf of bread, a jug of wine-and thou” from the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.  Meg is well educated but shuns traditional literature in favor of her own thoughts.  In preparation for … Continue reading

Posted in autumn, cooking, creativity, Food, Romance, settings, Uncategorized | 4 Comments

Summer’s swan song

My last day at the lake for the summer is always bittersweet.  I’m so thankful for the ability to rent there for the whole summer and grateful for the time I’m able to spend there.  However, it also means my … Continue reading

Posted in autumn, life lessons, mindset, nature, poetry, Robert Frost, teaching, the Northeast, transitions, yearning | 7 Comments