If you’re not up to wrangling a turkey, if you want to avoid doing any dishes AT ALL, or if you simply want to enjoy a quiet meal out on the town, you’ll want to know which restaurants are open on Thanksgiving. My family recently moved to Lynchburg, Virginia, which is a fairly traditional, family-oriented town, so I thought most of the restaurants would be … Continue reading Where to Eat in Lynchburg on Thanksgiving
I remember a point in my life when I believed that everything was a sign. Yes, I believed I shared my soda straw with the universe and saw daily events, large or small, as my personal GPS for life, things like a surprise after-school faculty meeting turned into see? I knew it was a bad day to to go the Y. Maybe it’s because I’ve suffered from … Continue reading Force Quit
A Mother’s Perspective On Saving Time: We’re about to finish our first week of “spring forward,” also known as Daylight Savings Time, better known as The Week Parents Dread Every Spring. Since our children are notoriously bad sleepers, I spent more time than I should have psyching myself out over this time change—after all, one kiddo going off schedule is hard enough on weary parents, … Continue reading Daylight Savings Time & Children
When I started this blog a few years ago, I was a newlywed with loads of spare time to devote cooking for my superhubbahubba hubby. While I still love to try out new recipes and even keep track of it all (in a polka-dotted notebook, of course), I don’t have those loads of spare time anymore, and I’m not cooking for just the two of … Continue reading The New Feeding Farley
It’s a big day, kids! Not only is today the day that I reveal to you the official first recipe of Feeding Farley, today appears to be the true first day of fall to me. It’s nearly blustering, and the sky has been fading from sunny to grey all day, and rain clouds visited us mid-morning—PERFECT for our reading of Poe in my second period … Continue reading Sweet potatoes and schnitzel cordon bleu?