an equal opportunity eater.
Taking the neurosis out of food, one meal at a time.
As I was pondering whether to admit I'd only SEEN David Copperfield rather than read David Copperfield, you came up with a new post. Whew. (Micawber will always be WC Fields to me.)
Ah, Dickens redux--In my jeunesse I maintained Ronald Colman's Tale of Two Cities was superior to the novel, and stated that in my college application.They let me in, anyway.Just a testament to the beauty of those adaptations.
I am threatening to make granola instead of cookies. The natives are revolting.
Are the natives in revolt, or just disgusting?
I make excellent granola. It's about the only excellent thing I make, but my neighbor gave me a recipe for cranberry salad that I'm going to try.Des, I love your college application story. That's an absolute hoot.
btw: I had a great time at your party. 3 ginger snaps left
sneaking this one in herehttp://www.nortonsimon.org/summer-internship-education-department/
You're so thoughtful!
Wishing you and yours a Happy New Year filled with happiness, joy, good health and peace!My best regards,Sonia.