School Supply Shopping: Load Up on Good Memories

I’m still enticed. Every year. Late summer comes and I see them. School supplies line the aisles of Target, Office Depot, even Walgreen’s. The aisles of notebooks, pens, folders, planners, backpacks, and crayons kind of get me fired up. It’s a fresh start, new beginnings, a clean slate. I haven’t been in school for a… Continue reading School Supply Shopping: Load Up on Good Memories

Treat Yourself Like Someone You Are Responsible For Helping (or Rule 2)

Jordan B. Peterson has captured the attention of many people like me who are yearning for some heterodoxy. Upon hearing or reading his dissidence, you’ll think it is what used to be called common sense. JBP reads a lot, thinks even more, and has written a best seller that cannot be reviewed as one book… Continue reading Treat Yourself Like Someone You Are Responsible For Helping (or Rule 2)

Tak Bak Kum: Korean Chicken

The Racine Art Museum’s benefactor, Karen Johnson Boyd, was a great cook and loved to entertain in her home. She allowed the museum to compile some of her favorites that were sold in the museum store as fund raiser for RAM. Here’s the recipe: Marinade for 1 1/2-2 pounds chicken: 1/2 cup honey 3 Tbsp… Continue reading Tak Bak Kum: Korean Chicken

Earbugs

A song that’s stuck in your head that you can’t get out for anything. ~Urban Dictionary