Monthly Archives: March 2014

On the road to Gorham

On our way to dinner the other night, Groom and I had a very strange encounter. We were driving along Route 2, headed to dinner in Gorham, NH, for a late supper. I was gabbing away, blah blah blah blah blah blah BLAH BLAH blah blah blah, and watching the road because as well as […]

Meatless Mushroom/Walnut Meatloaf

When I explained to a friend of mine that one of the best things about vegan baking is that you can lick the bowl without worrying about salmonella, she said, “What a sad highlight.” So, take all my “this is so yummy” posts within that spirit. While at the grocery store the other day, I […]

Still Not Doing It

If you’re new to this blog, let me recap for you. I’m middle-aged, out of shape, and I never sleep so I’m constantly linking and quoting old movies. My goal is to exercise every day and eat whole, unprocessed foods without any animal fat. I’m mostly…not…doing that. This winter hasn’t been fabulous. Don’t get me […]

C-Bone skis

I was at a party this winter that included both adults and kids. I don’t have kids, but I like watching them do kid things and I like talking to them about inappropriate subjects so the car ride home is uncomfortable for the adults. It’s a long-game prank and typically I don’t get to see […]

The 45

Even then, my hands were huge. I turned 45 today. I’m not all that freaked out by that. I mean, getting out of bed is a little more difficult and I use more concealer than ever before–the bags under my eyes reach about mid-cheekbone, much the same way my butt is creeping down to rest […]