Curious Wine Reviews

Photograph – 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon – North Coast What Stopped Me In My Tracks In The Wine Aisle – Still love home delivery of the Sunday newspaper and I was searching for Photograph in the wine aisle after seeing it in the Target Weekly Ad, which has always been a favorite. What Attracted Me To…

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Curious Foodie Reviews

There are those that have disagreed with my belief that I could live on a diet of pizza and now with my new Ninja Foodi Digital Air Fry Oven I can begin to prove them wrong. Over the weekend I made Margherita and Vegetarian (pictured above) pizzas and both were wonderful. The Margherita pizza was…

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Today’s Musings

As I continue to hide away from the world, I’ve discovered over the last year that I make a fabulous breakfast sandwich, when I don’t overcook the eggs, and that this delicious deli Mish Mash soup (chicken noodle, matzo ball, kreplach, rice & carrots) was a perfect dinner choice to celebrate the second COVID-19 vaccine…

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Curious Wine Reviews

19 Crimes Sauvignon Blanc – 2019 – South Eastern Australia What Stopped Me In My Tracks In The Wine Aisle – A recommendation from my wise older brother. What Attracted Me To The Label/Bottle – My liberal arts education. “19 Crimes turned convicts into colonists. Upon conviction, British rogues, guilty of at least one of…

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Today’s Musings

Summer floated in this week while chasing a bluebird at the park and enjoying the spring flowers. Amidst life’s swirling confusion, more close encounters with dog walkers on the paths that cause both of us to panic and watching our state be designated as the newest COVID-19 epicenter on the national news, there was time…

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Today’s Musings

There’s plenty to keep an eye on or squawk about in the state of Michigan as it leads the US with the highest number of COVID-19 cases per capita and that both the University of Michigan and Michigan State University somehow managed to lose to UCLA in the March Madness tournament. It’s that time of…

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The Week In Seven Photos

Harper was kind enough to help me cope with all my NCAA March Madness bracket losses and was thrilled to drag me away from the games and out of the house to meet a new neighbor and spot our first bear out on the trails. I’ve been reflecting on a few things, while enjoying pizza…

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The Week In Seven Photos

With sunshine and temps in the 60s this week we were busy looking at the trees and flower beds for signs of spring, but it takes a little longer in these northern woods for some signs of spring to arrive. Finally seeing thin layers of ice and water along the shore while hoping the turkeys…

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The Week In Seven Photos

As we approach the one year anniversary of our first shutdowns due to the pandemic (a sentence I never imagined writing), I have a few very inconsequential thoughts about how I’ve somewhat adjusted over the last year.  Surprisingly I’m no longer a fan of winter and I don’t know if that’s due to the snow…

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