Cooking when you don’t have to is a pleasure
This is not going to be a dreary, or peppy, article on searing a lamb chop and steaming a handful of spinach. Of course if that’s what I want (a dish that can be made for one) by all means, and break open the Prosecco.
The bright side
A few weeks ago I highlighted the difficult aspects of tropical living, punching holes in many of your fantasies about my life. Herewith are some of the wonderful things about living in a “emerging nation,” as Mexico is now called.
There is no such thing as a small gesture
A reader told me she likes opening up my blog because she never knows what she is going to get.
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Calling on grace
The leaves do not turn in the tropics where I live. The green is everlasting. So I share this picture to remind myself of the flaming and bittersweet glory of fall.
Paris is always a good idea…
…said Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina.
I say: “From now on, Paris once a year.”
Gentle-ing your way back into your life
1. From this day forward: tell people you are returning a day or two later than you actually are. [Read more…]