This month’s wine writing challenge was picked by…well, me! As last month’s winner for my glass-shattering tales in my Winestory, I got the honor of picking this month’s theme: OBSCURE. For full disclosure, Jeff helped me pick OBSCURE–and he was right, it was the word I was looking for in my quest to hear about the often-forgotten … Continue reading MWWC #30: Obscure
This month’s wine writing challenge is Second Chances. It was selected by last month’s MWWC winner, Jill from L’occasion. And I must confess that it was a bit hard to focus on second chances when all I can think of when I see second is: But then I remind myself that the best breakfasts always … Continue reading Try The Wine…Again.
This month’s wine writing challenge is Epiphany, as selected by last month’s winner John, The Wine Raconteur. The first thing that came to mind was The Burgundy. But I feel quite certain you are sick of hearing about it….so, I thought I’d be bold and try something else. The second best thing about working in … Continue reading MWWC #17: Epiphany
This month’s wine writing challenge, Success, was selected by my BFF (that would be blogger friend forever), Loie of CheapWineCurious, as a result of winning last month’s challenge. I would like to interject that the BFF title was self-appointed by me. I’m sure Loie is currently reaching for her phone to send my information to all … Continue reading Success.
For this week’s TT, I thought I would share an email my Dad sent last week (and very appropriate for TT!): Interview with 101 year-old Hattie Mae MacDonald of Teague , Kentucky : Reporter: Can you give us some health tips for reaching the age of 101? Hattie: For better digestion I drink beer. In … Continue reading Thirsty Thursday #7