We’ll wrap ourselves within the crisp, warm comfort of the lattermost subject, and take a mini-tour of some other cultures and their takes on bread. And if you’ve taken gluten off your plate, Kristie will also talk about her bread life after gluten.Read More
Ideas to spark creativity in sharing your life stories, tips and inspiration to help you make sense of your photo mess, and general reflections on storytelling.
While the superbowl TV audience grows and half of the country turns on the broadcast at some point, how many are really paying attention to the game? What is your Super bowl M.O.? Do you care about the action in the field, or all the Super bowl trimmings?Read More
I would play Yellow Submarine over and over again, memorizing every word. I did that with all my albums, but not intentionally – I just didn’t have many albums. So, what I had, I played over and over.Read More
Be sure to learn the ABCs of tagging, which include deciding what images are album-worthy, box-worthy, trashcan-worthy and story-worthy. In addition, tagging will help later to break those categories down into smaller piles by themes. The obvious categories will surface naturally, including holidays, trips and other special occasions. Or, it may be that separating by decades works better with your collection.Read More
I guess A Charlie Brown Christmas represents my perspective. I love watching it every year as it defines what Christmas should mean. But it also makes the case for Christmas swag, as Sally Brown said; “All I want what’s coming to me. All I want is my fair share!”Read More
As an adult I’ve always wondered why nursery rhymes are so often thematically dark. The woman in the shoe with lots of children sounds like a case for the Department of Health and Human Services. Jack and Jill should have been better monitored by a caretaker. And then there is poor Humpty.Read More