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Today has been a much better day, even though I woke up right as I had to be leaving for work… I’m surprised my pants aren’t on backwards. 102 more words

Reflections: Of sunsets, margaritas, and Ernest > The Harvard Press

“We did a group read of the only novel Hemingway set in Key West, ‘To Have and Have Not,’ published in 1937. Over Hemingway daiquiris in a quiet resort bar, we discussed meanings of the title, the social criticism of the wealthy, the way Hemingway wove in the history of Cuba and Key West, the violence, the attitude toward women, and the flaws in the narrative structure. 38 more words

Books & Reading

2017-02-19 Sushi Sunday + Stats

It’s Sushi Sunday again and I had a little of this and a little of that at the Dragon Cafe. I always order too much so that I have some left over for lunches during the week. 365 more words


Best Mexican Restaurants in Paris

Mexican food in Paris can mean a variety of things, some good and some bad, from microwavable burritos to overpriced margaritas where they nickel and dime ya for tortilla chips. 303 more words


Happy Friday everyone! Cheers to the weekend! Here is a little cocktail recipe that we whipped up this evening to go with our BBQ Pulled Pork Quesadillas…

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The Juicer for Me, for You, for Ritas

My son’s godparents are margarita aficionados, social creatures, and more like family than friends.  When I was a single mom for a while and they didn’t yet have kids, our standing Friday night ritual was pizza and spicy chicken wings washed down with their handmade margaritas at my 1920s cottage in Old Sugar Land.   579 more words

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