Category Archives: Writing
“Tonight’s dinner could be scampering right in front of you.” Funny stuff. Thanks Dad.
A friend of ours passed away a couple weeks ago, so I’d like to dedicate this post to him. We weren’t very close. I could probably count the number of times we spent time together on two hands. But what … Continue reading
You may know already that I’ve wanted to be a writer since before I had my first crêpe. This makes me feel better for getting off to a late start. I did manage to publish my first poem in the … Continue reading
Sometimes I think my menu isn’t big enough. There are hundreds, thousands of recipes I’d like to try but I’ve inadvertently developed a menu that people like. There are a handful of plates people would be sad to see go, … Continue reading
Hi, it’s been a while. Here’s what’s going on: When I get to work there’s a list waiting for me. I fold my towels, set up my cutting board, start collecting all my tools for the day. I weigh out … Continue reading
Whenever I start making bread I can’t stop myself. There’s no reason for me to have four loaves of bread in the house. Baking, especially bread, is a meditation. This second batch is organic whole wheat, and I used molasses … Continue reading
Makes me feel a little better about not having solid work while I try to do the things I’ve always wanted to: A Saturday Rumpus List Of Writers In Unsuitable Employment – The Rumpus.net. “George Saunders was a geophysical engineer but he … Continue reading