My Friends, As I sit in front my laptop this Memorial Day weekend, I am missing you and sending you my fondness and hugs. Remembering corn mazes and trips to the cities, Seattle and getting lost, and Sunday school classes. This leads me to thinking about ways we remember. Repetition, hands on, strings tied to … Continue reading Cheeseburger Memories
My Dear Friends, I had the pictured bacon cheeseburger recently and it made me think about spokes. Particularly ones on a bicycle. When I was a kid, I had a bike called a ‘banana seat’. I went all over on that two wheeler! The neighbor boy took it on amazing adventures his parents wouldn’t let … Continue reading Bacon Wheels
Dear friends, Getting gifts is a great deal of fun. They are given for holidays, achievements, or because someone loves you. They can be as simple as a single dandelion to something fancy and expensive. One of the oddest gifts I've received recently was a reloadable debit credit card. I … Continue reading Pay it Forward
This post was inspired by a blog I follow, Beauty Beyond Bones. Giver her stuff a look see, she has powerful words to share. Growing up on Cook Inlet, tides were always important. They dictated when we went clamming, when we went fishing, and when we could find the best surprises. While summering on the … Continue reading Inside the Cheeseburger
I realise this might be a bit heretical, however, I need to say it. There is a time and a place for chocolate. Chocolate shakes go well with cheeseburgers, chocolate ice cream is delicious with fries. It does not work well to put it with the meat and cheese and tomatoes on a bun. I … Continue reading Chocolate Cheeseburgers?
‘To attend a class informally, not for academic credit’ is one of the many definitions for the word audit. Imagine doing this with cheeseburgers. A cheeseburger chef teaches you build a cheeseburger, it resides on a plate in front of you, and you look at it. The scent of the grilled meat and condiments fill … Continue reading Cheeseburger Audit