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Gluten Free Cooking for Dummies

I started putting this together to send to my family before Turkey Day next week, and then I realized a (relatively) short, easy guide to cooking for someone with a gluten sensitivity or Celiac disease is not something I can … Continue reading

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Planning Fail

I’ve scheduled myself to visit my family Independence Day weekend, but I’m starting to think this was no good, very bad planning on my part.  I double checked my calendar, and there just so happens to be a little red … Continue reading

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My Dad’s Pretty Cool

Today is the day to celebrate all that is awesome about our fathers.  The greeting card companies say so.  But as I am a horrible daughter who was too lazy to buy stamps, I’ll just have to write a blog … Continue reading

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Childhood Tales of Near Death and Injury, Volume 4

It’s summer here in Houston, so it’s hot and humid as balls.  What better time to tell you a story of one of my few childhood experiences with winter-weather?   That One Time When It Snowed I grew up in … Continue reading

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Childhood Tales of Near Death and Injury, Volume 3

Most of my anecdotal memories from childhood, while funny, include some form of serious injury or (what my small-child’s mind interpreted as) trauma.  The tale below is an example of a perceived near death experience.   The Time I Almost … Continue reading

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Childhood Tales of Near Death and Injury, Volume 2

Most of my anecdotal memories from childhood, while funny, include some form of serious injury or (what my small-child’s perspective interpreted as) trauma.  The tale below is an example of perceived emotional trauma caused by separation anxiety.   The Time … Continue reading

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Childhood Tales of Near Death and Injury, Volume 1

So, there is literally nothing to do at work today.  I already ran all my daily reports, and while we were bombarded by crazy, overzealous complainers yesterday (it was only the second day of class, for Christ’s sake), so far … Continue reading

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