The winter storm this week has brought snow to Mission Peak (Riisima), where there usually isn't any. I managed to take a hike up there to see it.
In my experience, Americans actually do work reasonably well with some kinds of metric units, but temperature is a notable blind spot.
The Cookbook Death March is a strategy I devised to address a problem I suspect may be common: the bookshelf full of barely-used cookbooks. Despite its grim name, it's actually been a good way to do meal planning during the past couple years.
I will start this off by saying I am not Jewish; I've never really celebrated Passover. I grew up as a Methodist, so my springtime holiday has always been Easter. But I've always had some fascination with the holiday--after all, Christians also love the story of the Exodus, and the Passover meal itself is the famous Last Supper of the Easter story. And this year, I find myself having a lot of Thoughts about it.
We're all experiencing Passover this year.
Nine years ago, I logged out of World of Warcraft for the last time.