The Nearly Ubiquitous, Yet Delightful, Pumpkin Bread

Fall light.  It triggers something primal, that hint of sadness at what could have been. Winter’s going to be a doozy, old chap, for a part of you will die, sleep…like it does every winter.  And yet, lacking the harshness of summer’s glare, the light is also fulfilled, pregnant. Might as well eat some Pumpkin Bread. Read More …

The First Frost

And I will love you, Said the flower to the bee, When the first frost transforms breath Into crystals that drift to the ground. When our heartbeats cease – Bodies numb, falling – As consciousness unites with the Infinite, Even then, I will know you. And I will love you.           Read More …

Birthday Cake Epiphany – Part 2: The Good Grief

So, the birthday cake was a hit yesterday.  Yellow cake with raspberry buttercream and lemon curd filling.  Chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream and raspberry filling.  Quite tasty.  Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah…. On the other hand, the birthday girl was not her usual happy, gregarious self.  She seemed…sad, even when she tried not to.  Background:  Read More …