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Pork Rind Tortillas

Originally posted on The Primitive Palate:
My husband loves tacos.  Don’t get me wrong, so do I! But we differ in one area. I am a hard shell girl and…

August 12, 2018

Well Shoot …. it is for real

Well, shoot. The diabetes diagnosis is real enough. Darn, here I am doing the stages of denial, bargaining, anger, and I don’t think I have yet done depression in a … Continue reading

June 15, 2018

My dear Mom – Was She Blind?

Yes, she was and not for the usual Diabetic reasons.  One morning she woke up and couldn’t see.  Of course, she saw Dr’s and they worked hard on getting her … Continue reading

February 24, 2018

Dang it – Diabetes 2 – Really?! Why didn’t she Tell me/Teach me?

  Hi –  This week I was diagnosed as having Diabetes 2. It is not entirely a surpise to me as my numbers have been bordering on a bit too … Continue reading

February 24, 2018 · 1 Comment

Christmas 2017 for The Two of Us

Originally posted on The Two of Us:
We got through another Christmas, and as happily as we were able.  This year with the passing of my mother this past summer,…

December 27, 2017

The Veteran’s Paradox

via The Veteran’s Paradox

November 11, 2017

Article: DIY makeover transforms the kitchen of a Roseville split-level

DIY makeover transforms the kitchen of a Roseville split-level http://www.startribune.com/diy-makeover-transforms-the-kitchen-of-a-roseville-split-level/412680783/

February 8, 2017

All Is Calm 2016 – The Modern Spokane

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE In 1914, at the Western front, out of the violence comes a silence – then a song. Thus begins an extraordinary night of camaraderie, music, and peace. … Continue reading

November 20, 2016

Want your ACE score? Now there’s an app for that!

Originally posted on ACEs Too High:
Ever wonder why you, your relatives or friends can’t stop smoking, over-eating, drinking, doing meth or other drugs? Why you’re a workaholic, a rage-aholic…

April 5, 2016

The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study in a video nutshell

Originally posted on ACEs Too High:
Dr. Robert Anda, one of the co-founders of the CDC’s Adverse Childhood Experiences Study, did this three-minute explainer about the ACE Study, its implications,…

April 5, 2016

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