The market for meat substitutes is wide and varied - and not entirely made up of obnoxious people who will tell you what they don't eat, and why, at the least provocation. There's me, for instance. I am an avowed carnivore. The double-bacon cheeseburger is my spirit animal. My birthday cake looks like this. But, … Continue reading Veg Burger…taste test!
I don't know anymore...is there a typo on this label or does it just have an accent?
As the regular visitor to this blog, you should know by now that I love a good sign. And vacations are the time to find some extra-special ones. Whether it be an interesting name for a business, the never-ending wonder of American place names, and the simple theatre signs that raises more questions than it … Continue reading On Vacation Signs
Maybe they should have used a bigger sign?
It is wrong to compare the personalities of your children. It is doubly wrong to then rank them in order of preference. Doing so on the internet is a monstrous act. But, if your kids are in fact dogs, you’re OK; they can’t read...they’ll never know. The question before us is this: Who’s better – … Continue reading Pugs vs Pugs: A Cute-Off
If you have a better motto for life, I'd love to know what it is.
As a visitor to your shores, I want to assure you that, despite appearances, you have a pretty great country here. I mean, you're not Sweden, but you're not Australia either. I know you know what I mean. Traveling around the freeways and sideroads of this great country of yours, I see some quite amazing … Continue reading On Roadside Americana
Someone, somewhere along the line, could have put a stop to this. But no one did. And this is what happens when we remain silent in the face of... whatever this is.
Photographs, snapshots of life that provide us with slices of our day at a fraction of a second at a time. Sometimes, they show us a truth that we miss with our own eyes. For example? Well, we are currently fostering Johnny Cash and June Carter. And, looking at the pictures from the first few … Continue reading On the Hospitality of Jordan