Nuestra Salud / Our Health

amartinez9's picture
Wednesday, August 26, 2015 - 3:29pm

Uno de mis pasatiempos favoritos es cocinar. ¡Me encanta pasar tiempo en la cocina! Y como buena Mexicana, en mi mesa no puede faltar la salsa. Mi papá solía decir que la comida sin salsa simplemente no tenía sabor. Y la verdad es que ¡estoy de acuerdo!


jtaylor's picture
Sunday, August 10, 2008 - 1:56pm

Arrive in Seattle an hour early. Maybe the sked maker is trying to say "sorry" for making wife/me hang around the Plasterboard Palace (aka Fresno Yosemite) until 1 a.m. the previous day, awaiting son's arrival from Chicago.

So early there are no rooms ready at the Seattle hotel. So, a-wandering I go through the University District, cloudy, humid -- ah, steady droughts of fresh air! Walking, legs burning, what's that? The Travelodge says, "Free Wife"? Oh, yeah, "i" before "e" suddenly makes sense to my blurry eyes.

wholderman's picture
Friday, August 8, 2008 - 4:06pm

Well, in 1967 husband and I love watching Andy Griffith reruns...just gives me a "feel good" experience, you know, the simple pleasures of life, the warmth of Aunt Bee's kitchen, Andy's easy-going style, Barney's wacky attempts to keep crime off the peaceful streets of Mayberry, and Opie's innocence.

jtaylor's picture
Wednesday, August 6, 2008 - 9:02am

Catching a bad case of the economic droopies? How better to buck up than at a conference where one speaker's job title is "Director of All Things Fun, Meaningful and Rewarding."

jtaylor's picture
Monday, August 4, 2008 - 11:46am

One more time. Here's what more blog readers had to say about what Clovis and Fresno need to create some positive "poisonality," after I suggested last week that both needed an infusion.


"Clovis could use some more high-end restaurants. With the population growth north of Herndon (say from Willow to Temperance), it's amazing there aren't any nice places to eat.

wholderman's picture
Sunday, August 3, 2008 - 10:21am

The Summer Olympics will be upon us soon...these events are full of success and gold-medal stories, but many of the sagas did not begin with a are some inspirational stories about a variety of "winners" and their tenacity and commitment to achieve excellence:

Paul Hamm was a gold medalist at the 2004 Olympics in gymnastics, but not before slipping during a vault landing, crashing into the judges' table and dislocating his jaw...after falling to 12th place, he decided to go and give the best performance of his life, and was determined not to hold anything back.