My Copy: 9781520944470 (image from goodreads.com) I was recently diagnosed as anemic as well as pre-diabetic (which is it's own minefield I'm tackling soon), and felt completely overwhelmed with what I needed to do to start doing better for myself and get back on track. I'd had no energy in months and was just generally … Continue reading Low Iron Diet: Food Advice for Iron Deficiency Anemia, by Amanda Bassett
My Copy: 9780867195996 (image from bn.com) This volume has a darker tone to it than some others, and that's even after all the death we've read about so far, and the challenges Gen and the other children have faced. Gen and Ryuta are trying hard to keep their families going (adopted and otherwise). I love … Continue reading Barefoot Gen, vol 8: Merchants of Death, by Keiji Nakazawa
I got some cheap ones recently that look like a golf ball almost with the pitting on the outside (the ones pictured above are a bit tame in appearance). I didn't even realize there were smooth Moscow Mule copper mugs out there until I started browsing for pictures. But it makes me wonder: is there … Continue reading Q#116–What’s the point of those hammered indents in a Moscow Mule mug?
My Copy: 9781939578211 (image from bn.com) You can probably tell that the title is a bit of a reverse play on Rick Warren's best-selling Purpose Driven Life book, and is quite the reverse with it's outlook. Whereas that book insisted on religion as the foundation of our lives (specifically Christianity as he saw it), Barker … Continue reading Life Driven Purpose: How an Atheist Finds Meaning, by Dan Barker