One of the challenges in pie crust making (by challenge I mean blessing) is that it usually makes enough for 2 pies. And sometimes, you can use the other half for the crust/topping/deep dish-ifying of the pie, but other times, you’re stuck with extra crust. If I had a big family or other mouths to […]
I love breakfast–I went through all of high school never eating before lunch, but once I started college, breakfast became of the utmost importance. Now the idea of starting a day without at least some form of breakfast is beyond me. I tend to be a creature of habit when it comes to my meals […]
This post is actually 1 month behind schedule, and I have no excuse–I’m just lazy. Mary Kate and I met when we were scared freshmen in Church Hall. In a moment of panic when my demon roommate locked me out of our room, I scanned the hallway and saw an open door and ran into […]
“At the core of citizenship is the idea that the citizen’s body is hers and hers alone, regardless of sexual history, marital status or childbearing… The full citizenship of women is not just about the right to hold credit cards, buy real estate in our own names, have access to abortion and birth control and […]
A couple of snapshots from the last few weeks: Beautiful flowers I bought for myself to celebrate law school scholarships. Enjoying the last of my thin mints (waah) with a cuppa tea. My sweet kitten, Chloe, who is an excellent packing assistant. My family also came to Athens to continue celebrating Tanja’s sweet sixteen, and […]
My baby sister turned 16 this past weekend, which was a very stark reminder that she is no longer a baby. She’s grown into an amazing person and I couldn’t be prouder of her. Happy Birthday, Tanja–I hope you had an amazing day!