Round ’em Up

When the military trains its fighting men and women, I’ve heard it is impressed on them they need to take care of the person to their left and their right. It’s a psychology thing. They fight for each other—take care of each other. When they come home, it’s every man/woman for themselves. Is this the... Continue Reading →

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The Depot Diner

  Welcome wafts through the air.  It rides on the delicious aromas of the fare offered by the Depot Diner (located at 23 Enon St. Beverly, MA 01915 978-922-6200). The food is unique in its presentation and plentifulness.  Breakfast is comforting here.  Early morning dwells in quietude, whereas dinnertime offers a celebratory atmosphere. I set... Continue Reading →

Finz

  The month is quiet. People are going outside to enjoy the sun. It’s time for a departure to the real world for me, and I chose to do so with a fine meal at a local establishment. Finz is located on the waterfront. Its outer lines are as crisp as its food. But what... Continue Reading →

A beBee Celebration

  Too early? Not in my dreams.  And I have a recipe for you. I took a tumble the other day and cracked a rib, etc. I’m an opponent of painkillers, so my way to deal with the pain is to sleep—a pleasant recourse as my dreams have been vivid and filled with pleasure. I woke from... Continue Reading →

Breakfast with a BEE

Cyndi wilkins recognized the tin can I spoke of in https://www.bebee.com/producer/@joyce-bowen/i-you-we-and-me  and quickly invited me to lunch. Since our tin can (times of operation under link) was close to both of us and a seemingly comfortable place for a first meet, I suggested breakfast there.  Cyndi readily accepted. I arrived early to The Salem Diner (run by Chartwells at Salem State University) and anxiously... Continue Reading →

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