I was recently invited to a private cooking class, and we were informed that we would be cooking a Thai curry dish. I must say,…Continue reading...
It’s almost Easter, and for many of us that can mean only one thing: eggs! My refrigerator is stuffed full of these beauties, boiled and chilled and waiting to be decorated. I’ll also have a number of family get-togethers to make an appearance at, and I have my Deviled Egg plates ready for filling up with these tasty Hors D’oeuvres. This is the part where I’m going to admit my
Unarguably the most popular pastime is one that you’ve probably already done today. Can you guess what it is? No, it’s not checking your Instagram, and it’s not taking selfies either (Although you may have done those things today too). What am I talking about? I’m talking about snacking. Am I right? Even when you’re taking part in those other hobbies like taking photos, or working or just watching television
Life isn’t easy and life isn’t fair, it’s what you do with it that makes it worth living. When I was younger, my brother was just my brother. I didn’t see him as disabled, on the spectrum nor autistic. He was just my older brother, who loved having sword fights with spoons, re-watching and replaying every scene of Jumanji imaginable until he grew tired of it, and wore his
In the Bay Area, it can be said that we have a little traffic problem. It’s gotten progressively worse as the Silicon Valley has added jobs at a rapid pace, but the housing has grown even scarcer. A three-hour commute isn’t unheard of, as people start driving in from outlying communities to reach the tech-rich areas like Mountain View, Palo Alto, and San Francisco. However, the other downside to this