Tuesday, Sep 16, 2014

Damara Hutchins

Guess who’s in the kitchen

My moms (mom and stepmom) were both excellent cooks. They could take a recipe and whip it into pure mouth-watering gold. Heck, neither one really needs a recipe to make a delicious dinner; it seems like magic flows from their fingers onto the stoveto...
Published: 09/13/14

Nursing not a take-home profession

I get compliment cards at work for being effective and pleasant at my job. People usually like me and often ask if I’ll be their nurse when they get admitted to the floor from the ER. I’m friendly, I joke, smile, and I try to keep patie...
Updated: 1 months ago

One gift that keeps giving

My husband, Chris, and I have been together a long time. Over the years, we have given each other many gifts. He started off a little sketchy with me. I remember the black, white, and red fuzzy zebra-striped car seat covers he gave me for my 20th bir...
Updated: 1 months ago

The nuances to being a nuisance

I don’t always sneak treats into the movies. Most of the time I am a complete cheapskate when it comes to movie food product purchases, but last week my family and I spent our hard-earned money on a variety of overpriced items while visiting a...
Updated: 1 months ago

Waiting is half the battle

I enjoy shopping online. It is easy, fast, and I don’t have to navigate around people’s kids or carts. I rarely buy clothing or shoes online because it usually doesn’t work out for me. I’m simply not the average size. For ...
Updated: 2 months ago

The dysfunction of disagreeing

It’s summertime, which means school is over and the potential for excess time spent in the car with both children has been increased exponentially. This is sometimes a good thing because we can tell stories or bond over music, like the other d...
Updated: 2 months ago

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