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Monthly Archives: December 2006
An exquisite recipe from my friend Caryn: DARK CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES (Yield: 30 truffles) Ingredients: 1/3 cup heavy whipping cream 6 tbsp. unsalted butter 2 cups bittersweet chocolate chips OR 2 8-oz. bars of dark chocolate–the darker the better optional: 1 … Continue reading
Last King of Scotland gets an A. It is a compelling and convincing telling of how a young Scottish doctor gets drawn into being the personal physician to Idi Amin, the brutal Ugandan president in the 1970’s. Based on true … Continue reading
Hmmm. I’ve been wondering about the V-sign Bella and her friends throw in every picture they take and Corrina came up with some info. Here is Corrina’s email on the subject: “After reading your blog and your inquiry about why … Continue reading
I’ve actually pieced together my introduction and have gone to work on my conclusion! My office is getting so clean it is unrecognizable. I have drunk so much Earl Grey (with lemon like the queen) that it may take weeks … Continue reading
1. Discuss the wedding guest list. (Apparently the thing to do is to make three lists: must invite, should invite, would be nice to invite…) 2. Put away Christmas decorations. 3. Bring live tree outside. (note: look into buying drip … Continue reading
from my dad’s Christmas email this year …”Next year should be exciting. Jeannie is getting married in June to the fine bachelor and finally puts the thesis behind (no pressure intended) and gets published at least in part. Balla turns … Continue reading
I should have known better when Chad refused to watch it a second time with us. Nacho Libre was a snore. Looks like other folks felt the same way: imdb 5.8/10.0.
A picture of my future in-laws and their youngest that I feel compelled to share with the world. Too good I guess to save for next year’s holiday card. Photograph by Corrina.
Imagine that – the NYTimes is saying what we have known for years – that parenting plays a huge role in the developmental growth of your child. This article is interesting and it very careful not to downplay medically diagnosed … Continue reading