Summertime provides a period of relaxation for most of us. Last week’s entry on barbequing put us in the mood for summer cooking. Explore ways how you may experience summer living:
It’s hot. Some would say it’s too hot. You want to eat, but you don’t want to turn on the stove, thus adding another 400 degrees to your already steaming house.
I could not live without audiobooks. That may sound melodramatic, but it’s true.
I have a rule for myself when it comes to books, if I have checked a title more than three times I am allowed to buy it for myself. I have to admit though, that I recently broke that rule.
Part II, after Aimee’s DVD list last week.If so, here are some substitutes to last you, at least partially, until next January when season 4 will be shown in the U.S.:
Calling Me Home by Julie Kibler is an impressive, moving debut novel about an unlikely friendship and the life stories shared during a cross-country drive to a funeral. The two
A poisoned apple, the needle of a spinning wheel, a trail of bread crumbs …
I’m not a believer in New Year’s resolutions, admittedly because I’ve never accomplished one in my life.
Every year for the holidays I try to include something homemade in my gift repertoire. I’ve made candles, soap and pillows.
Aimee’s entry about first-time novels leads me to tell about a first-time novel that I enjoyed reading this past summer: The Expats, a spy thriller by Chris Pavone, who has previousl
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