Month: August 2016

Back to school, so what’s for lunch?

This column first appeared in the September issue of Northwest Catholic. Boring meals, especially for older students, get poor grades, so try stuffing falafel or caprese salad into pita pockets Hello, students. It’s […]

Thanks indeed to the kind person who found my keys

Janet, Abby, and Lisa Johnson This is a post about kindness, not about food, though I wish I could share a meal with the person who saved my day. Dear kind person […]

Lunch with two friends from way back

My Portland State days are far behind me, and I've had a milestone birthday that I couldn't imagine reaching. This week, however, I had a good reminder of days gone by when two friends from […]

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