Fly to the angels

Her name was Charlotte. But they called her 'Charly'. I didn't know her well. But I certainly knew her. I last saw her at a birthday party maybe less than two weeks ago?  And now she's gone after a tragic accident. And I'm sad. Like really sad.She's the niece…

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Sad Day

Real life, true talk... I'm going to bed incredibly sad tonight... Started my day cleaning for the cleaning lady. She was running a fever so she didn't come.Then I had a terrible doctor appointment where I couldn't even see my doctor (they pulled the old Physician's assistant switcheroo at…

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Connected By Food, Indeed

My friend Aaron Eckburg passed away suddenly this past weekend. You might have met him at the Gilbert Farmers Market where he sold various salts, peppercorns, sugars, and other herb and spice blends at his Go Lb. Salt stall. If you never did have the pleasure of meeting him, please…

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Death and dying

My wife's Grandmother passed away last week. We're certainly sad. But we're also celebrating her 97 years on Earth. I've known her since I was 17 years old. If you do the math that's 25 years! My wife (who wasn't my wife at the time) asked me to a dance…

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Am I getting old?!?

This new fangled technology, I tell you what....When Steve Jobs invented the iPhone he did his damndest to make it easy to use. He demanded simplicity from his engineers. And maybe because he's gone now some of that has fallen to the wayside? Or maybe I'm just getting old?…

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Back in the Saddle

This blog is about more than food. And as I mentioned in the previous post, I'm getting back in the Saddle; in more ways than one. I don't know where or how it happened, I guess advertising does work, but I bought a Peloton bike. I've had it for a…

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