…topped by a feathery Comic Con flitter.
Himself: He looked for seatbelts online. When GM’s economy crashed, they stopped making parts for their older vehicles at about 12 years. Finding parts is now an interesting adventure.
Herself: Took Grumpy to the body shop and was given a ride home in a customer service vehicle that was a stretch limo. Library. At least my card was still good.
Reading: Suzanne Beecher’s “Muffins and Mayhem.” Even went to her web site/blog/review site which left me dithering.
Balance: Hot dogs at Costco.
I can hear her saying, “It’s simple. Just subscribe to the book club you are interested in.”
But I’m also wary. The labels on things are not clear. Am I subscribing to a library book club? Her book clubs? If so, where do I find them. Perhaps my brain needs another gear this morning. Her book is charming….so it has to be me.
http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/>Ree at Pioneer Woman Cooks was always concise. Perhaps as she grew into an industry she left me and intimacy behind. I read her not at all confusing blog for years, but when her house became home to workshops all the while she was working on her cookbook, perhaps I felt she had grown too grand for me.
Blogs are fragile things. For years I started my day with John at the http://oldgreypoet.com/>Old Grey Poet. He’s stopped writing. I can’t tell you how much I miss him. I followed John with Dee at http://cbg-dee.blogspot.com/>The Coffee Bean Goddess. The gentle sense of a friend writing to another friend was there in every entry they wrote. Dee died just after she wrote that last entry. I miss her too.
After dithering with Beecher’s site yesterday, I wondered if I might include a recipe or two here as Dee used to do. Simply. Anyway, I’m thinking about this.