Homemade vanilla pudding seems so ordinary; it is anything but. The word pudding used to be an English catch-all term referring to all desserts. The origins of this type of pudding we know today are unknown, but it has been around for many centuries. It was originally called Blancmange, a French word, translated to mean “white […]
I love it when I’m approached in regards to the possibility of sharing an article from another site that relates to one of my favorite subjects – wine. It’s something I don’t often do, however, this article from FIX.com was too good to pass up. It’s packed full of great information about Sangria and all its […]
Finding our way through life involves an equal share of joy and woe. The stories we often tell each other throughout the journey help us make sense of it all. The childhood memories collected here act as self-discovery guideposts for the author and reader alike. The deceptively simple lessons shed light on the power stories have to shape and connect us.
You would think it would be easy to change up what you’re doing when it’s just a blog realignment, especially when all the signs say it’s the right thing to do. As it turns out, because I’ve been working my current schedule for a better part of four years, I had a very hard time getting […]