Recipe: Organic Pizza

Today, I baked a delicious pizza. The recipe creates a thin crust and, to top it off, I've decided to stuff the crust with cheese. Note: My crust recipe is from "Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking" by Marcella Hazan. I did, however, add other ingredients to it to make it my own. Organic crust pizza: 1 … Continue reading Recipe: Organic Pizza

Word of the day: 1/26/15- Pulchritude

Word: Pulchritude You pronounce it: [puhl-kri-tood, -tyood] Definition: noun 1. physical beauty; comeliness. I found it in Zadie Smith's White Teeth: Pulchritude--beauty where you would least suspect it, hidden in a word that looked like it should signify a belch or a skin infection. Works Cited:

Quote of the day: 1/26/15

“Perhaps when we find ourselves wanting everything, it is because we are dangerously close to wanting nothing.” --Sylvia Plath How many times have we just wanted so much to end up not wanting anything at all? I know I have- on the surface reading of this- gone to the store, packed up the cart, walk … Continue reading Quote of the day: 1/26/15

Sermon Sunday Quote of the day: 1/25/15

"God is my strength and power: and he maketh my way perfect." - 2 Samuel 22:33 KJV No matter your circumstance or problems, the addictions you are fighting against or the depression weighing you down, God, can deliver you of anything and everything and provide you with the strength and power you need. Do you … Continue reading Sermon Sunday Quote of the day: 1/25/15

Word of the day: 1/24/15

Word: Apocryphal You pronounce it: [uh-pok-ruh-fuh l] Definition:  adjective 1. of doubtful authorship or authenticity. 2. Ecclesiastical. (initial capital letter) of or relating to the Apocrypha. of doubtful sanction; uncanonical. 3. false; spurious: (sentence) He told an apocryphal story about the sword, but the truth was later revealed. 4. (of a story or statement) of doubtful authenticity, although widely circulated … Continue reading Word of the day: 1/24/15

Quote of the day: 1/24/15

"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." --Aristotle You too can be excellent and excel in everything you do; simply repeat your actions much like waking up and going about your day. Doing this will form a habit of excellence. Make sure you stamp your mark on everything … Continue reading Quote of the day: 1/24/15

Fun Fact Friday: 1/23/15

Did you know the fairy tales of today were really aimed towards adults? In fact, the Sleeping Beauty of today was originally called Sun, Moon and Talia by Giambattista Basile. This deep and very dark story includes a sleeping young lady that becomes pregnant, while "dead," (necrophilia) and is awakened by her newborn baby, that … Continue reading Fun Fact Friday: 1/23/15

Word of the day: 1/23/15

Word: Commensurate You pronounce it: [kuh-men-ser-it, -sher-] Definition: adjective 1) having the same measure; of equal extent or duration. 2) corresponding in amount, magnitude, or degree: Your paycheck should be commensurate with the amount of time worked. 3) proportionate; adequate. 4) having a common measure; commensurable. I heard it in class when the professor said, Zadie Smith's White Teeth … Continue reading Word of the day: 1/23/15