September 22, 2010
Go Go Gadget: VEGGIECHOP™
This is my kinda gadget. No motor, easy to clean. Check out the Chef’n VeggieChop™:
How is it possible to chop large pieces of vegetables or fruit, nuts, herbs, boneless meats—or even ice—by hand? What makes creating fresh salsas and pestos simple, with a just few pulls of a handle? Answer: The VeggiChop™
T is going to love this!!
You can buy from Isabellacatalog.com
September 13, 2010
ET wanted to go home. Dorothy wanted to go home. As my mother-in-law was dying she told us she wanted to go home. As a child, I never wanted to leave home.
What is that universal yearning for “homeness”? Is “Home” a place where your memories and secrets and unfinished business is stored? Here is an article and a beautiful short film by Richard Levine about Home. Inspired by reading Lee Kravitz’s book, My Unfinished Business, Levine, a former commercial producer turned cross-platform media creative through his company, Cyberia Media, uses his known medium, film, to create his personal journey into facing his emotional unfinished business. The power of naming, facing our deep emotions from the past is a powerful form of internal feng shui/clearing. Levine’s poem set of evocative music and powerful imagery is moving for me. I found myself walking, walking and exploring my childhood home and my old memories and now see many things in a new light.
Hat tip: Jackie Austin