Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. But around here, we celebrate with butter and flour!
Take a long look in a full-length mirror. Does your neck lurch forward? Do your shoulders slope to one side? When you see yourself in photos, do you think, “Damn girl, stand up straight,” only to realize you were standing at your straightest? Then you, my friends, might need a doctor… a spine doctor! The above was my scenario. My… Keep Reading
The Danish word Hygge seems to be resurging with the voracity of a seasonal flu. Perhaps it’s because our weather has finally dipped into real winter temperatures or perhaps because my peer group is reaching the nesting age, the word has been hashtagged and hashtagged again. Despite my knee-jerk reaction to the word’s overuse, I can’t argue the intention: let’s… Keep Reading
I spent this holiday season like a college student on winter break, fully embracing laziness. I banished alarms, ate big breakfasts at noon, toasted champagne in the morning, spent full days in my new plaid pajamas, and relished quality time with the Urban Farmer and Julep. We watched Elf, A Christmas Story and Clue and barely faced the gray days…. Keep Reading
“The Urban Farmer” has a nice ring to it. I saw his eyes light up the first time I referred to him as that in writing- his passion and his future wrapped neatly in one moniker. “Fat Paw” on the other hand… As we nestled into our cozy living room one evening recently, the enormity of his hand caught my… Keep Reading