Deep in the African Congo lives one of the most vicious parasites known to man – the Tsetse Fly. With a single deadly bite, it sends scores of demonic minions… Read more »
Don’t get me wrong, I am not belittling the problems these characters and so many real people face. It’s only that the author, in the name of dysfunction, has piled every family problem in existence into 400 pages.
A thought, an idea grazes my brain. She’s touching me, but barely. She plays coy. I try to catch her, but she’s mercury.
“Do you want some chocolate?”, Appa asks me. We’re shopping at Costco and just like that, I’m a 3-year old holding on to his thumb. I’m still his little girl…. Read more »
This book took me a little getting used to. Like an engine sputtering to life, the characters and events started making sense after the first few chapters. The imagery is so rich, you have to adjust your eyes to the brightness before you can see it.
But today, for once, dinner won’t be just about eating. He expected arguments and fireworks. We’ll be having dinner with dinner today! Garth chuckled at that thought.
A fantastic alternative to marinara is pesto. I love the spiciness and complexity of pesto. And it’s so versatile! I love it in sandwiches. It takes a plain grilled cheese to a whole new level.
Like every morning, I get dressed up. I wear my starched white doctor’s coat. My Medal of Honor catches the morning light and shines like the memory of my glory days. For outstanding service to Earth during the Great Epidemic of 2152.
There are two things which you shouldn’t miss. First is Marzipan or mazapan, which Toledo is known for. The second is Manchego cheese.