The Good Things. Those things that bring you happiness, pleasure, satisfaction. Reliably. They're things you can count on. No surprises. Perfection? Well, is anything truly perfect? Probably not. But still... My blog is a place where I aggregate the results of the research I do in an effort to experience my own flavor of perfection.… Continue reading Tink Loves…
Piece of Glass From the Broken Dish "For 21 years it served faithfully. Boiled potatoes, rice, casseroles (hot dish to those in the Midwest), veggies, all cooked to perfection in that simple, functional glass casserole dish that had been a wedding gift. It has gone to wherever glass cookware goes when it falls from the counter to… Continue reading Art From Ruin
My pick for best value: Cuisinart ICE-21 Is there anyone who doesn't like ice cream? When I was in high school, I worked at Baskin-Robbins. It was harder work than most might think, and I quickly developed Popeye-like muscles on my right forearm. Customers were, for the most part, happy and friendly. Why wouldn't they… Continue reading Machines Will Rule the World. Ice Cream Machines.
My mom died on May 19th. Death changes everything for those left behind. There's the grief, to be sure. But you can't dismiss the changes you go through when you realize that without the deceased as part of your life structure, you ARE someone else.
My favorite photo of our boys. Bosco, in front, with little brother Guinness behind. February 16, 2015. That's when we signed up for BarkBox for our sweet boy Bosco. His sister Macy didn't care one bit about toys, though she appreciated the treats that are also a part of each box, but for Bosco, it… Continue reading BarkBox = Love
Paired with that pic, my post title is a bit creepy. Oops.My brother is picky. My brother loves my fudgesicles. Out of all the things I've ever fed him, he says these fudgesicles are the very best thing. Well, until he had my eclairs anyway. LOL! He has been bugging me to make these this… Continue reading Fudgesicles That Taste Like Your Childhood…
Virtual Reality: Or "How a little girl moved from View-Masters to VR"