Marriage is a covenant, not a compromise between drapes and blinds, or white walls and eggplant colored throws. It is not about the art; it’s about the heart. Continue reading the end of a love affair
The highly individualistic self-seeking model of modern marriage is not exactly an improvement. Continue reading the mid-wife crisis
We avoid that which is uncomfortable and put off that which is necessary. “Maybe” becomes the way we manage our childrens’ expectations and our spouse’s concerns. Continue reading maybe you should read this
Sharing God’s image allows us to explore the adjacent possibilities, creating both poetry and iPods. Continue reading the secret to innovation
Cindy Dulay, over at southerneats, says “There really isn’t much, if any, difference in the taste of slow cook and quick cook grits. Slow cook takes 20 minutes of boiling to cook, while quick cook only takes 5 minutes.”
I don’t know what she is talking about. My idea of “quick grits” takes an hour. I’ve got grits in my freezer from Anson Mills that takes four hours to cook in a crock pot, a caramelizing process that results in a sweet, smooth taste that rivals fresh sweet corn itself. But you have to wait for it.
Continue reading “will they serve grits in heaven?”