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Spring Sugar Cookies

Spring has finally won out in the weather where I live. Warmer temps have caused flowers to burst out, so I thought it would be nice to do an homage to the Earth’s beauty. 306 more words


NASA Satellite Camera records Flashes of Light From Earth

Click to enlarge — Sun glints off stmospheric ice crystals – circled in red

❝ One million miles from Earth, a NASA camera is capturing unexpected flashes of light reflecting off our planet.

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Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake

This cake is a tribute to my mom and her favorite ice cream flavor, Baskin Robbins Peanut Butter ‘n Chocolate. As a teenager, she worked scooping ice cream at Baskin Robbins. 450 more words


Coffee Cake Muffins

They came out a little sunken today possibly because the oven wasn’t heated to the proper temperature. But they still tasted terrific.

I received this cookbook as a gift and first made these muffins in December of 2004, but it took me a long time to figure out how to adjust the recipe to work well at 7,000 feet in elevation. 362 more words

Breakfast Breads

So, What Would You Do? Gettin' Real High!

On Wednesday I posted the latest in my “What Would You Do?” Wednesday posts, showing a climber on Aconcagua having a peculiar issue.  The title of the video gave away what was going on, but its still a good mental exercise to think about patient management in this situation.   1,140 more words

Patient Care

Flourless Fudge Cookie Failure

When I write blog posts, they usually include a few words about how the baked good was altered and include a recipe. Well, not this week. 222 more words


What Would You Do? Wednesday - Getting' High!

Hey everyone, happy Wednesday!  Since its Wednesday, that means its time for another “What Would You Do?” Wednesday, where I share a video, and you talk to me about how you would manage the patient that it shows. 248 more words

Patient Care