Tortilla-Crusted Tilapia

I’ve decided there is not nearly enough poetry in my life. Once upon a time, my life was all about poetry. I spent my senior year in college immersed in it. My senior honors project was an independent research paper and 2-hour presentation (yikes! ) focusing on the works of Emily Dickinson, Sylvia Plath and… [read more]

Summer Beet and Cucumber Salad

I saw an article this morning that said Facebook games are experiencing a big decline right now. I’d like to think that’s because we are a nation of such productive gardeners and farmers that we can’t bear the winter months without having something to hoe, and now that the real gardening season is underway, we… [read more]

Burger and Fries!

I have some catching up to do! What gets my vote for best 3pm snack this week?  These guys, who made a surprise appearance at my desk during the afternoon slump! They arrived courtesy of my friend who happens to be a registered dietitian, so I ate one happily, no questions asked, and packed up… [read more]

The Monday haps.

It’s a yucky Monday, but I sure ain’t complaining. I pumped over 14 ounces before noon today! It seems that cosleeping, Mother’s Milk tea and round-the-clock pumping work wonders for a dwindling milk supply. Many, many thanks go out to my La Leche League leaders for telling me that the dip in my supply was… [read more]

Local, seasonal food hits the spot!

It’s been a rough week. The best medicine? Local, seasonal, freshly prepared food from Emma’s Food for Life in Selinsgrove! You know the conversation… “What do you want for dinner?” “I don’t know…what do you want for dinner?” “I don’t care. Whatever you want.” and so on, and so on… We were fully engaged in… [read more]