Quite spontaneously we decided to go to Cape May, New Jersey for the annual Beer and Crab fest. For quite some time, people have been telling me to visit Cape May so we braved the long drive and headed down. Cape May is about an hour and a half from Philadelphia on a good day. … More Crabs and Beer in Cape May, New Jersey
Here we are, six months into the administration. From my perspective, and this is an editorial here so I’m going to take some liberties, the biggest changes are to federal agencies like the National Parks and the EPA, who have laid off hundreds of people. The National Parks used to care about protecting the public … More The Row House Resistance Report – Summer ’17 Edition
The sequence of events last week, or so, escape me, but the following things happened: Acquired ladder back chairs at second-hand store; and Acquired cast-iron frying pan Frank has been wanting a cast-iron frying pan for ages. I’ve been resistant to the idea because they are very heavy, regardless of their appropriateness for the historic … More Adventures in 18th Century Cooking – Scotch Eggs
Editorial alert! Personal opinions following… Quite randomly, on the way home, after reading yet another article about the preoccupation of the current administration with the sins of homosexuality, and yet another article about the Secretary of Education’s plan to dismantle support for victims of sexual assault, I wondered why does it seem that more latitude … More Questioning the Prioritization of Sexual Preferences Over Concent
I can thank my ADHD for the many sleepless nights that keep me from getting up in the morning to go running. I want to fix all the problems – right now! Full disclosure, I’m what they call a democratic socialist. I used to be a republican, then a democrat, and now I arrive at … More Feeling Overwhelmed? Art, Music, and Creativity to the Rescue!