After my printer adios-ed the other day, and until I decide on a new printer, I still occasionally need something printed. Fortunately my folks are super close by and they have a printer. With a scanner, which I almost never need but in this one case, last Saturday, I did.Continue reading “The scanner”
My sister and I went to Italy together when her youngest was just a little peanut.Continue reading “Travels Revisited: Venice”
Cake soup is what happens when you make a cake and accidentally put twice as much water as called for, and don’t realize it until it’s way too late to just double everything else up.
Through the oven window it looks like it’s okay but then one goes to take it out of the oven an it… waves. Sloshes, even.
So um… nope. That’s not yet food.
In the end the cake did cook and it tastes fine but is a little off texturally. Kind of like it partially steamed rather than baked. Which is true.
In the end it has more of a dense texture like a very moist pound cake than the super fluffy version I’d have if I hadn’t started with cake soup.
Still it’s cake, right?
You know what would be great? It would be great if while I’m between jobs all my technology would not decide to become a complete pain in my backside.Continue reading “The printer”
I am so thankful for so much.
Not least of which is… I’m able to have Thanksgiving with my family together.Continue reading “Happy Thanksgiving”
I’m nearly done with this challenge – it was quite short so if I were meeting my step goals every day I would have finished it days ago. But life had been quite busy (starting a business has lots of moving pieces, and apparently a lot of technology hurdles if the last few days are indicative).Continue reading “Virtual Cambodia: Bayon Temple”
With the easiest of access between our floating hotel and the beach.Continue reading “Travels Revisited : Turks and Caicos”