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Zechariah and the Day of Small Things


“For whoever has despised the day of small things shall rejoice, and shall see the plumb line in the hand of Zerubbabel.” Zechariah 4:10 ESV… 1,194 more words


Ethnography as collaborative learning. #BCM241

Throughout the week, I have been able to reflect on my own blog post as well as read through other students posts and compare the similarities and differences between them. 566 more words

Tuesdays with Dorie BCM: Double-Corn Tea Cake

Double-Corn Tea Cake is a simple summer loaf cake that’s easy to put together and is great with fruit. This recipe is made with both corn kernels and corn flour (not to be confused with cornstarch), which is much more fine than cornmeal. 110 more words

Sweet Things

Movie Memories With My Nanna

My Nanna is a very articulate, very zealous talker. It’s exciting. As I chatted with her over the phone about her childhood memories of TV we leapt from topic to topic with ease, but as I was listening to my Nanna speak I was learning so much more than what TV was like back in the 60s, I was uncovering new information about my family that I never knew before. 645 more words


To my Love, on our 5th Anniversary

My Love,

It is easy to transport myself back, almost 10 years ago, to the BCM House. We met in the fall of Freshman year, but you were quiet, unassuming, and in the background. 578 more words


Martine’s Gâteau de Savoie, page 11

As you can see it rose very high and did not collapse.

What a great cake.  So easy to make and with so few ingredients and no butter and no oil!   79 more words


Lavender Galettes, page 312

Ready for the oven.

Sorry this one is out of focus.

I came back from my vacation with lavender from my mother in law’s garden.  I´m told that this lavender is not for cooking but it was the only one I could find. 95 more words