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I’m just about back to my own normal normal: laundry, cleaning, errands, and writing.
When I moved from the 1690 house in Old Lyme (six bedrooms, four bathrooms, plus a couple of outbuildings) to a condo with no attic, no basement, two bedrooms, a couple of bathrooms, a galley kitchen, and a living room/dining room), I swore I would never buy a single thing for one of those rooms until I got rid of something else.
Soon Enough, We’ll Have Fresh Fruit Thanks to our Local Farmer. in the Meantime ...
I recently spent a glorious five days with my daughter in Washington, D.C. She lives in southern California and was in D.C. for a conference.
I don’t remember tasting mac and cheese until I was a teenager, in the high school or college cafeteria, I can’t remember which.
I came from a family that liked puddings and, to this day, so do I.
Last Sunday I drove to the Mystic Marriott to judge the chocolate gala to benefit Fairview in Groton.
What’s going on with this weather?
As I write this, there has been very little snow this season. By the time you read this, there may be some on the ground. The weather forecasters are saying there may be some coming soon. Whether or not the forecast holds, my friends and I are all about cooking comfort food.