Daisy Chain
Angela Breidenbach

Angie's Place

French Toasted Banana Bread

Winter hits hard in January. The cold days and gray clouds of January are darker as we attempt to plot, jot, and create. It's easy to be depressed. Sometimes we need a break from the doldrums with a fresh creative twist.

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Caroline Friday

At the Movies

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

This is by far my favorite Narnia movie! This may come as a surprise because the sequel did not live up to the original film, but be prepared for a terrific time at the theater with this third installment in the series. Lucy (my favorite of all the Pevensies) has grown up into a...

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Loree Lough

Loree's Lough Down

Happy 2011 (Maybe)

If you’ve been as busy as I have, you probably asked Santa to tuck some extra hours-per-day into your stocking. But just in case he didn’t come through, I have a plan. It was born in the wee hours of the morning, when my too-long To Do list haunted my dreams. Those of you who know me personally won’t be surprised to hear that while awaiting the calm that might lull me back to sleep, I decided to put this time to good use. And so into my office I went, where, after my eyes grew accustomed to the glare of florescent...

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Joyce Magnin

Real Life Is Stranger

Finding Your Voice

Here’s the thing: I am not the craftiest woman on the planet. Unlike my sister, who can scrape a dead raccoon off the side of the road and turn it into a lovely centerpiece, I could scrape the same raccoon off the side of the road, follow her instructions to the tee and still wind up with little more than a dead raccoon with a pink bow on its head. It would not be pretty. My mother could turn an egg carton into a caterpillar and a ball of yarn into a rhododendron.

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