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A seemingly ordinary, middle class, middle-aged woman spouts in ink the thoughts that ramble through her life-worn mind. Pocket Full of Lavender is a collection of creative writing, poetry, and personal reflections on life, love, and success...also known as the random observations of a madwoman.

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Kitchen Magic (1995)

What I remember most about the women in my family during my childhood was their magic. I grew up believing in women's magic--the wonderful smells that came from the kitchen and the joy and contentment they made you feel when you walked in the door. I always thought that's what a woman's magic was all about--the luscious, warm, comforting smells from the kitchen. The rich, hearty aroma of minestrone and French bread on a stormy Autumn evening, the tomato-tang of all-day spaghetti sauce,...could any family not be charmed where the kitchen gave off such wonderful aromas?

No matter how old I get, I still feel the same comfort and security I felt as a child when I enter my parents' house and I smell some luscious dish that my mother is fixing for dinner. Holidays are the best--we humans always mark momentous occasions with food, don't we? ...


About the Author

Tallystarr Goddess of Chaos
Tallystarr Oakland, CA, USA

Publish Date  October 13, 2008

Dimensions  Small Square  46 pgs   Premium Paper, matte finish

Category  Self-Improvement

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