Monthly Archives: January 2017

Longings

Originally posted on Michael Seidel, writer:
I hate myself on days like this. I confess, I have longings. Some are very simple and basic. Many will claim them as impractical and idealistic, even absurd. Like, I have longings to be…

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Immigrant…

A couple of years ago my husband and I had our genome mapped through 23andme.com. I have to say I was surprised to find out what my genes said about me (and my ethnic makeup). While I knew that I … Continue reading

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Resistance Bread

Originally posted on From the Keyboard:
I created this tea bread so that it would be food for strength and comfort—loaded with antioxidants, yet sufficiently sweet. Indeed, my husband says he can’t think of this as bread, as it seems…

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Resolutions, Revisited: Part 1

(Okay, to be honest, I started this post more than a week ago, but I liked the beginning so I am not changing it.) The end of 2016 is nearly here; 2017 is just around the corner, and this pedometer … Continue reading

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