Monthly Archives: September 2013

Wild Garlic Soup

It’s a late Wednesday “Tea with Tea” recipe that I share with you tonight! Maybe it’s the cooler autumnal nights – maybe it’s because I keep flipping calendar pages over to October, no matter what motivated the thought … I want soup.  But, not just any old soup.  I found a recipe labeled “Wild Garlic Soup” a while back and haven’t had a chance to try it.  So, on the brink of October I thought: Hmmm.  Anti-viral, Anti-Vampire.  Win-Win. Here […]

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No More Drama

As someone who loves to perform it might surprise you how much I despise drama.  Not the scripted kind that comes with a stage or camera, mind you.  Just the garden variety that you either create yourself or that accompanies other people. You know – the ones stuck in a cloud of drama chaos (not unlike Pig Pen from “Peanuts”) – that swirls close enough to suck you in with them.  A large portion of my life was spent with […]

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Beware the Bubbling Brain

We all know that a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing, but I’m here to tell you that what’s taken from a few typed words on a computer or a casual comment thrice removed can be slowly cooked into poison, under pressure, when left in the wrong (too much time on their) hands.  That, my friends — is just a recipe for disaster and makes for a malevolent and toxic relationship. While we’re discussing wickedness, I want to weigh […]

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Fallon Hotel – Chapter Eleven

“How do you, I mean… You just got here, Gwen!  What do you…”  Jeri felt queasy and realized that she couldn’t finish what she wanted to say and honestly wasn’t sure that she really wanted to know.  The idea that this young woman, who was new to the hotel, spoke about Ezra as if he was real and recent, was more than she could handle. Gwen put her hand up to stop Jeri and looked up at the ceiling.  “When […]

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