I'm sure that's an actual quote from someone I should probably reference...
How To Make A (Weeknight) Turkey Pie
Anyway, here we were with a full mound of leftover turkey breast (mound is the metric designation, mind you. In Imperial units it was a chunk-load), and it's not leftover turkey sandwich season. What's a family to do then? Captain Obvious would like to suggest perhaps making a turkey pie...
Getting Back Into The Groove
So, then, how did I find myself in mid-October. 2022, thinking about posting regularly to my blog again?
Socks for Social Distancing, Day 40 (A Haiku)
These past 40 days...
Socks for Social Distancing, Day 19
I guess it’s Wednesday? I’ve mostly forgotten the days of the week already, much like it's getting harder and harder to remember what day number we're on every evening when I go to post my socks.
Socks for Social Distancing, Day 16
As a social distancing gift to everyone in the family trying very hard to convince ourselves we all love--or at least don't mind--the present situation, the Puddinette ordered us hammock this week, which arrived yesterday. I was initially dubious, but relented when I realized that with the onset of nicer weather, having a place for … Continue reading Socks for Social Distancing, Day 16
A Haiku About Missing Days And Not Freaking Out
Last week got away...
Day 9, The Smoldering of The Fates
After implying pretty directly on Monday that Important Thoughts Would Come Soon! (meaning the following day, aka yesterday), I was pretty much double dog daring The Universe, The Fates, Dr Doom, or whomever you prefer to blame to intercede and render my half-baked schemes asunder by spinning things all pear-shaped. And since insert your symbolic … Continue reading Day 9, The Smoldering of The Fates
A haiku for Days 8 and 9
Life is what happens...
Days 5, 6, and 7
I'll totally forgive you if you figured I'd given up already, considering I went all weekend without a so much as a peep. I'm not going to lie, this business of 30 goals in 30 days is actually a bit harder than I'd originally thought, but keep your shorts on and we'll get to that … Continue reading Days 5, 6, and 7