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These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things: <b>Cardinals in the Snow</b>

These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things: Cardinals in the Snow

I am enchanted by chubby male cardinals in the winter.  I can photo-stalk them for hours. Though my camera insists on trying to focus on the falling snowflakes, I got a few good shots. 

Morning Perfect.

Morning Perfect.

Walking into a sunrise like this on my way to work does all kinds of things to perspective and priorities. And it makes me later than usual. What is better than a pressed, warm sandwich with your favorite morning foods within… in your hand and […]

Seasons Change

Seasons Change

Beautiful snow striations. Winter’s last word. Dumpling peaks. Blackstrap yolk. Who dun it? M.O.B.‘s California burger in Brooklyn. Carrot poker chips.

Pink / Red and Pretty [Breaking in a Canon G9X]

Pink / Red and Pretty [Breaking in a Canon G9X]

The Canon G9X reminds me of my grandfather’s old camera, especially in this nifty case. It’s a great camera, but there’s no viewfinder… which kind of kills the whole nostalgic feel of it.  But it sure takes a pretty picture. Another go at the Sprinkles […]

::February Photo Purge::

::February Photo Purge::

Another school recess has started! So I must clear my plate for new offerings and doings. 2016 is moving fast. Let’s stop and look for a moment. Green means go. Flat iron. Building Brooklyn buildings Open-faced beet and tahini Switching buttons Trial for classroom Valentine […]

January Recap

January Recap

2016 is 1/12 complete. January is new routines inside old comforts, like the best vegan chocolate chip cookies: your own. It’s taking care… with a Long Island rec. center membership bonus: nobody in the sauna with you. It is having fire with the snow… with tempeh. It’s inspiration from […]

A Quick & Dirty Winter

A Quick & Dirty Winter

And BOOM, it’s mid-February. 2014 has been exhausting thus far. Partly because I work in a field that has been changing since I entered it. The cyclical lulls of ebb and flow that most jobs have don’t exist in teaching. New York City teachers have […]

Storm French Toast, Cats Inside, Snow

Storm French Toast, Cats Inside, Snow

What a delight to get a snow day on what would be my second day back at school! While we were snowed in, I took care of business. Like making a hearty breakfast: vegan French toast! Nevermind running out to the grocery store to pick […]

Winter Feasting

Winter Feasting

The “Blizzard of 2013” came and left us with a covering of cotton white. In moon boots and pajamas, I checked it out. Vitamix fun: white bean artichoke cilantro pestoAnd fool-proof roasted Brussels. So delicious! Beets two ways. Veggie-Go’s fruit leather. (Best. 15 calories. Ever.)Roasted […]

Snow Days and Nights/Pantry Turnover

Snow Days and Nights/Pantry Turnover

My buddy and I woke up to the chime of my phone. 10 minutes before I received the NYC Alert text, The Electrician delivered the sweet, sweet news of the snow day. I texted the other 5th grade teachers and went back to bed, lulled […]

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Mounds of snow. Main road. Smooth white waves. Going for a walk.

Lions and Lambs

Lions and Lambs

This winter broke New York City’s 114-year snowfall record, leaving me with 2, yes 2, snow days. But pay no mind to Punxsutawney Phil’s shadow or the Sonny & Cher on your clock radio because a taste of Spring came early. The coming of Spring […]

Snew / Bone Shaking Brunch

Snew / Bone Shaking Brunch

I always thought the past tense of snow ought to be snew. Anyway, New York got hit with its first layer of winter snow this weekend. (Quick aside: Snow makes everyone completely mad; have you ever noticed this?) Venturing out for brunch at Bone Shakers, […]