Monthly Archives: January 2016

Starting the year with some new composites

Last year I only made one composite. That doesn’t mean that I wasn’t busy doing other stuff, but somehow the thought nagged me. Then last September I had a show at our local gallery with my old composites and the outpour of love and appreciation got me going again. So my new year’s resolution is […]

The Land of Enchantment

Some of my latest shots, all taken within a few miles from where I live. yes, I’m a lucky gal. Can you guess which ones are sunsets and which sunrises? As always, prints can be purchased here or here.   Stay In Touch – Join My Newsletter   Sign Up Now   My Books

The 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans are here. And Americans should read them.

Rigatoni pomodorini e tonno.  Today the FDA released the updated Dietary Recommendations for the USA. The whole document is available on the Internet for free, and you should read it: People are going to hate me for this post, but I’m going to post it anyway because somebody needs to say it. When I open […]

Happy New Year and happy first USWG post of the year

This is a monthly event started by the awesome Alex J. Cavanaugh and organized by the Insecure Writer’s Support Group. Click here to find out more about the group and sign up for the next event. Happy New Year everyone! This first ISWG post celebrates the winners of the IWSG Anthology Contest. If you haven’t […]

Riso, Patate e Cozze

Happy New Year. On new year’s eve we usually make a typical dish from Puglia, a region in Southern Italy, and since the recipe involves several steps, this year I decided to document every step with my camera. The result? A photorecipe that I’m sharing here in case you want to try it too. So […]