A few words on project stacking

Every single woodworker worthy of the title is guilty of this: stacking projects. What I mean by this is the natural tendency to start multiple projects without finishing the one you’re already working on. Sometimes this is unavoidable, but I think it’s probably the result of poor impulse control. Here’s how it works with me:… Continue reading A few words on project stacking

Sparkling Pineapple Punch

This recipe of Sparkling Pineapple Punch reminds me of a drink they have in Peru which I think you will enjoy. It looks very pretty served over ice in the glass water goblets. Ingredients 1-1/2 cups water2/3 cup sugar4 cinnamon sticks, about 3″ long12 whole cloves1 can (46 ounces) pineapple juice1-1/2 cups orange juice1/2 cup… Continue reading Sparkling Pineapple Punch

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Onions, peppers, mushrooms and sausage

Directions About 1 cupful each of red/green sweet peppers, onions, mushrooms. About 2 cupsful of your choice sausage.Cut all into bite-size pieces.2 cups cooked rigatoni (optional)1-2 tsp. cooking oil (I use olive oil)Your favorite barbeque sauce OR tomatoes, chopped.If using barbeque sauce: Sauté the sausage, then add in the veggies. When crisp-cooked, add in some… Continue reading Onions, peppers, mushrooms and sausage

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Purpose of this blog

I (Charlotte) started this blog to help encourage you (the reader) to pursue what is most important in your own life. What I Learned Trying to do more than one thing at a time, is stupid. If you want to do something well, focus all your time and energy. Quit making long to-do lists. Write… Continue reading Purpose of this blog

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