“The Carpenter” is a great song by a favorite artist of mine and I have a hard time believing it’s not on YouTube or somewhere but I can’t find it! So reading reading the lyrics works really well. David Wilcox (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, blog) is a singer that I really enjoy because he’s actually a storyteller who happens to put… Read More
While scanning through tweets, I saw a tweet from Chris Brogan saying there was a good starter guide to using an iPad (assuming lots of folks got one for Christmas like Debbie Lyons-Blythe did). I looked through it and agree. Its the kind of step-by-step that helps you get a handle on it if you haven’t had similar technology. Here’s… Read More
What are your Thanksgiving traditions? My family has some incredible traditions and yet we’ve also built in a lot of flexibility! We had a great holiday with several holiday traditions at our table this year: Collection of family and/or friends My mom’s cornbread & biscuit dressing Mom’s fresh cranberry salad Grandmom’s ambrosia (I made it) Deviled eggs Lots of talking… Read More
It’s Sunday noon and I’m watching the movie “Notting Hill” and before a scene comes on, I admittedly giggle. The scene in question was unfolding as his friends are setting him up with women cause Alec Baldwin has shown up on the doorstep of Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant is crushed. The girl refuses the offer of a dish at… Read More
Three years ago this month, I was in India. And although the henna they stained my hands with is long gone, the trip is frequently top of mind. So today as I read the news online, the articles around President Obama’s trip to India piqued my interests (“U.S. to advance cooperation with India in agriculture” in The Hindu newspaper) and the… Read More
Sillybands are a craze that has led to collecting and trading. Would farmers participate in this? Maybe young farmers and ranchers!