Monthly Archives: March 2014

An Ode to Diners (And Homestyle Restaurants)

In my book, Winter Wish, Jessie loves to eat at Carlin’s Barn Diner, a homestyle restaurant in her (fictional) town. Jessie isn’t “me,” certainly, and in many ways, she’s not like me at all. (For example she is a runner. Need I … Continue reading

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Killing Blue Cheese

Originally posted on Covered in Beer:
Blue cheese is slopped on everything. It’s in your salad, it’s on your wings, it’s smoldering in some rich lady’s fridge waiting to be inhaled at the next art council fundraiser. People would rather…

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Bright Moments

The last half of this day, this Saturday, was full of sunny, bright, and springlike moments. The first half, not so much. As a matter of fact, most of the week, not so much. The earlier part of the week held tax … Continue reading

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