This weekend we took a quick road trip to Washington D.C. Somehow we packed three or fours days worth of touring into 34 hours. We practically had monuments coming out of our ears. We left home at 9 am on Sunday morning, drove about 100 miles, and then stopped for brunch at The Diner in D.C.’s Adams Morgan neighborhood. If you’re gluten-free, I highly recommend the pancakes. YUM. My guys want you to try the tater tots. Tater tots are… Read more »

I’m drinking the day and eating the pizza. Because I am having a bit of a carpe diem moment this week.  My doctor ordered me to eat gluten to prepare for a test. So, for the last week, I’ve been busy with some serious cramming. And it’s been a dizzying sort of delish, the kind that begins with pizza and well, will probably end with pizza.  Because you can’t have a serious study session without pizza. Gluten-free pizza cannot compete… Read more »

The writing process is slow. Couple it with the publishing process and the fact that writing is mostly a solitary living-in-a-shell like activity, and you are looking at a lifestyle that is turtle club worthy. At least it comes with a great motto: Slow and steady wins the race. This is a good thing to keep in mind, especially when you emerge from your shell for food, showers, more work (you mean there’s other stuff to do?) and seeing your… Read more »