There’s a German word, “Kabelsalat.” It literally means “cable salad,” and is used to describe a tangled mass of cables or cords. I have taken to using the term frequently to describe such tangles and recently managed to create my own.
The turkey is long gone and the time of giving thanks for what we have is over as we go full-swing into Christmas shopping and decorating. Normally, it seems the time for thankfulness ends as soon as the “Black Friday” sales begin, but the more I think about it, the more I realize just how grateful I am each and every day.
This year marks my 55th Christmas of gift-giving, receiving and enchilada-making.
My one dream I have always had is to be a mystery novelist.
I always get a little excited this time of year.
Ah, the joys of home ownership.
Pumpkin, candles, sweaters and pie — oh my.
I awoke last Wednesday to the sound of purring and the sight of a small cat face gazing at me from about 10 inches away.
I recently read an Op-Ed in The New York Times about the cultural act known as “sitting down to dinner.”
Whenever I have a full workload, I unwind with mystery novels.
GATESVILLE — Your thoughts for the penny.
August heat means one thing around here, back to school and routines that we’ve been lax on for the better part of two months.
Seven assault reports took center stage this week.
I’ve always had a healthy respect for the Webster’s dictionary. In my line of work, it’s pretty much a given.
Way back in quilting history, all a person needed to make a quilt was fabric (usually scraps from previous clothing construction), a needle, thread and scissors.