Monthly Archives: November 2015

The meat section

This time of year, most Americans are probably thinking about turkey.  But I love beef.  If anyone asks what traditional American food is, take them to the beef section of your local grocery store. Most meat I buy in China … Continue reading

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It makes me smile

Several years ago my little sister made me this apron.  Now, a few years later and a continent away I bought a rug to match EXACTLY!  My apron-rug combo makes me smile.  As always, Wendi, you’re ahead of your times 😉

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Changes

A series of books about China by Peter Hessler have been good for me.  Hessler is an American who lived in China with the Peace Corp several years ago.  He has a way of writing that helps me process some … Continue reading

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