Monthly Archives: March, 2014

The Summing Up

Have you ever caught yourself looking for the one theory or idea that will sum up a big subject? I often do. I keep thinking that if I can just take all factors into account then I can get the big answer. The answer that will make everything make sense. The physicists currently in search …

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The Anchor in Choosing a Job

For the past few years I have been trying to discern what I want to do for a living and where I want to do it. To put it another way, I have been searching for wisdom on the subject of career. I was raised moving all over the midwest, moving every time my father …

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Christene’s Imaginary Friend

As some of you may know, I have been having serious trouble with revisions on my second novel. I have had to fire 2 narrators. If you have ever written a short story or novel, you may understand how difficult it is to revise for a new narrator. You basically re-write every word. By happenstance, …

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Dairy free clam chowder

If you are a strong believer that chowder must have cream, leave out the coconut milk and call this clam soup. 5-6 potatoes, scrubbed and cubed 1 cup chicken stock 5 cups water Bring the potatoes to a boil, then simmer for 1 1/2 hours. Mash or blend the potatoes in the pan. Do not …

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