From Chaos to Calm

A rare gift for any family with “adulting” children, we spent two whole months together. Timing really is everything. My eldest, Ryan, living and working as a chef in Chicago, took two months between jobs to spend at home for the holidays. At the same time, my younger two (one a senior at college, the... Continue Reading →

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A Cornucopia of Thanks: Tradition

Pungent November scents fill the air on Thanksgiving day. The roast turkey at the center of it all, stuffing oozing from the seams. Homemade mashed potatoes and sweet potato balls rolled in brown sugar and walnuts, fresh cranberry sauce and --my personal favorite-- the canned/gelled variety. I'd sneak in & steal parts of crisp turkey... Continue Reading →

Summer of Repairs

Every time we turn around, something is falling apart. We began the summer preparing for Tyler's high school graduation party. Having invited 80 guests, we rented a tent, hired a caterer, I prepared some dishes myself, decorated with balloons and streamers-- classy grey, black and white theme-- and stood back, ready for the guests to... Continue Reading →

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