Monthly Archives: April 2023

Lemon Brownies

Not chocolate, but these lemon brownies are soft and chewy like their traditional counterparts – and just as easy to make. They get a boost of lemony goodness from the juice and zest in the batter and in the glaze … Continue reading

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In Space No One Can Hear Geeks Scream

Pictured above is a Nostromo patch that was attached to a hat similar to what Harry Dean Stanton wore in Alien (1979). If you’ve never seen Alien which is hard to believe, the movie is about a crew of seven … Continue reading

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Friday Five – Number One Hundred Forty Three

One hundred forty third in a continued series creating a collage using five elements.

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Signs of Spring

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Second Thoughts on a Cheap Sketchbook…

I may get my $3.25 worth out of the terrible little sketchbook from discount chain Five Below after all. I have stubbornly refused to put it aside, and I continue to doodle in it as I sit on the couch … Continue reading

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Italian Bread

It’s actually pretty easy to make a loaf of Italian bread. Just six ingredients, this bread kneads with the help of a dough hook, in fact – excluding the rise time, it takes no time at all to put together. … Continue reading

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A Bow Tie for Easter

It’s our annual tradition that I make a bow tie for the Boy to wear on Easter. I present this year’s model! Making bow ties is a terrific way to use up the smaller scraps in your fabric stash. There’s … Continue reading

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