It’s the Year of Reading Women, everyone! Continue reading
Another strong week, even if some shows are going into crazy-land a bit. We’ve got drama, action and lots of talking. Tokyo Raven and Hamatora have been the highlights of the week. Continue reading
Q: Help! I have mice! Continue reading
We all wanted to win Heads Up Seven Up.
I’m beginning to suspect I might, in fact, be a chipmunk that’s meant to hibernate. Continue reading
Did you know a woman invented the windshield wiper? Or that the first American woman who was a self-made millionaire was a WoC? Do you want your daughters, nieces, little sisters, or other young women/girls you care about to know about these admirable women? Have I got the book for you. Continue reading
Seattle is known for a lot of things, including grunge, the Space Needle, Death Cab for Cutie. We should be known for our chowder. Pike’s Place Chowder has won international chowder competitions, beating out those east coast chowderheads. We have plenty of amazing fish and shellfish in the Northwest. It inspired me to make a cheapish and quick Northwest Chowder. Continue reading
This week’s edition is full of quick links as I’m in the middle of making lasagna for the New England portion of the family who are used to the good stuff. Wish me luck! Also, trigger warnings for rape and violence. Continue reading
Aye yi yi yi yi, this episode. *sigh* Let’s just get it over with.
The Labrador, according to the many videos and news reports we see of them, is the dog that does it all: after a long day of detecting bombs and drugs, pulling a victim from a collapsed building, helping a man with epilepsy detect his seizures, and comforting grief-stricken children, the Labrador Retriever returns home to play with your toddler, collect cuddles from you, and possibly make your dinner. Continue reading
I don’t know what was harder: to keep the anecdotes small or find plenty of them that can’t be categorized under “Girl has an imagination.” Here we go!
I have been on a Beyoncé loop since the album came out a month ago.
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Happy Burns Night! January 25th is, in Scotland, known as Burns Night. It’s when we celebrate our beloved bard, Robert Burns; it’s a celebration involving haggis, neep, tatties and considerable amounts of whisky. So logic would dictate that the following soup involve haggis, and well, everyone has boundaries. Mine involve having haggis soup. Continue reading