Category Archives: global inequity

ClaraJane Cooking Cookies with Her Class

Friday, February 12th 2021 . . Today marks the third time ClaraJane’s 4th + 5th grade class has made cookies “together.” . The recipe is “Jam Ribbon Cookies,” although CJ made hers with chocolate. Here it is: COOKIE INGREDIENTS: 1/2C … Continue reading

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Homeschool Headmistress: Dispatches From a Friday

Friday, February 12th 2021 1) A moment of food-inspired joy for my son who is having an otherwise stressful morning in class; and not because he has a towel on his head. He showered and washed his hair this morning … Continue reading

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Adventures in Food: Tortellini a la CJ

Wednesday, February 3rd 2021 . Just a Unicorn Chef on Rollerskates, and the tortellini she made. . Daddy might have “helped a little bit.” Butt seriously CJ did the heavy lifting on this. . 👩‍🍳

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A New England January Sky

Sunday, January 31st 2021 . For Manmeat: With love, ~NATCPW . 2021-01-31 A New England January Sky [0:56]: . *

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Adventures in Food: Sushi Saturday

Saturday, January 30th 2021 . . 2021-01-31 Sushi Saturday [0:39]: . . . And this sushi meal also came with the debut of ClaraJane’s Boredom Busting Pan Bread! .

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Condo Times: January 2021

January 28th 2021 I don’t know if it’s ever easy being a condo board member. Making this newsletter for example, was -to me- a lot of work. But it was still the easiest part of *this* day on the board! … Continue reading

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CircusKitchen Oberhauser Four

January 2021 I’ve been meaning for ages to make a post for collecting the pix of all four of us. Y’know, cuz flamly is everything. Today I will start imperfectly with just ONE. . More to come. (o:

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Meal Abandoned: A Poem

Saturday, January 16th 2020 . Meal Abandoned Meal. Abandoned. Alas. And alack! I ate chew. N I ain’t comin’ back. ~Anonymous? . *

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Condo Bike Day!

Saturday, October 17th 2020 This Condo “BIKE DAY!” I organized turned out better than I could have hoped. In addition to purging, organizing and cleaning the whole bike parking section of the garage, we also habilitated a bunch of kids … Continue reading

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Distance Learning IRL for a Change

Thursday, October 1st 2020 Today ClaraJane gets to go to school In Real Life! Her teacher has arranged a 3 hour socially distanced morning session for about ten 4th Graders outside on the patio. Who could have foreseen than going … Continue reading

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