Setting myself up for failure I knew — just knew — as I started out making brioche on Monday that I failed. It was my first attempt at making it, ever in my life, and I really wasn’t sure how things would turn out. My thought process went something like this: Add milk warmed to … Read More
Pulled from the second half of chapter two of my book. Please know, it’s just a teaser! *** The prior week, Lager had shed some light on roller derby names. “You have to have a name picked out by the time your six weeks of training is over,” she said. “I mean it when I … Read More
A couple of months ago, I signed up for Match.com. If you ask me then why I did it, I probably would have cried a little while rambling on about how my mom asked if I wanted a single burial plot my grandfather had bought back in the ’30s… That she asked me to “think … Read More
It’s June and you probably don’t care know what that means for me: time to fail miserably at 30 Days of Blog! But in the spirit of optimism, I’m going to post a morbid yet beautiful Dum Dum Girls cover of the Smiths, which is just a sign of what’s to come.
I had posted on Facebook yesterday that my dogs are getting used to this vegetarian way of life of mine. I take great pride in the fact that I see them drool when I’m making seitan, because in my head, I feel like I’m tricking the little carnivores into believing I’m still eating meat. To … Read More