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If you know me, you know I have one hell of a sweet tooth.

I’m almost ashamed to admit that many nights after a relatively healthy dinner, I scrounge my kitchen for chocolate, froyo, or anything else I keep on hand for a “special occasion” (or a Tuesday night). 369 more words

Life Lessons

A crash course on Easter traditions

Story by Mayra Monroy, Editor-in-Chief
Photo courtesy of Israel Times


For some, Easter is associated with colorful eggs, the Easter Bunny, and baskets full of gifts and candy. 486 more words


Siddhartha, the waiting room, 'nowness'

The waiting room in the colon treatment center the morning after Fat Tuesday could be purgatory, where people wait to have their insides filmed through a probe, to hear how long they have to live, what they have, when they need to come back and do it again. 437 more words


5 Hard Partying Heroes for Fat Tuesday

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on February 9, 2016.

There are many great occasions to party each year, but none comes with the same reputation or revelry as Fat Tuesday. 691 more words


What is Lent?

I didn’t know. Really. I’m not kidding. I’m 40 now and I didn’t know what Lent was. Well, I have looked it up before, but I forgot. 716 more words

Religion And The Like

Fab Tuesday

I had no idea what I was going to write about this morning.  My mind drew a blank but I didn’t panic.  When I don’t know have any ideas, I venture out and experience. 634 more words


Chicken and Andouille Sausage Gumbo

Our “Fat Tuesday” wasn’t all that glutinous, but let’s be honest, I typically save my gluttony for the weekends.  But we did celebrate Mardi Gras with a delicious and warming creole-inspired gumbo. 123 more words