Proverbs: Obvious is a relative term
Twerpette (named for my dachshund Molley, the original twerpette or "goofy girl") seeks to tweak the long nose of life with humor, affection, and gravitas. Topics include dating and relationships, faith and spirituality, language and writing, journalism, technology, arts, academe, whimsy and humanity. Cheeky and tweaky, Twerpette is rated PG13 for mature language and themes. This weblog began May 10, 2005. Copyright 2005-2016 Steve Deyo.
An intimacy reached for is not the same as an intimacy won or attained. Intimacy is won from the inside out.
Geoffrey Chaucer Hath a Blog: The Cipher of Leonardo: "‘Whan thou art dede, no man shal knowe the treuthe
: "George W. Bush is no laupe. Neither is Michael Moore.
Feeding America: "To examine the recipes is to open a window into the 19th-century larder: Apees, Beef-Steak Pudding, Moravian Sugar Cakes, Sassafras Beer, Rye and Indian Bread, Cat-Fish Soup, Chestnut Pudding, Fricasseed Chickens, Clam Soup, Chilli Vinegar, Green Corn Pudding, Cranberry Sauce, Election Cake, Federal Cakes, Flannel Cakes, Fox Grape Shrub, Hominy, Huckleberry Cake, Indian Pudding, Johnny Cake, Lobster Catchup, Molasses Candy, New York Cookies, Ochra Soup, Oyster Pie, Pepper Pot, Pine-apple Ice Cream, Pork and Beans, Potato Snow, Pumpkin Chips, Cocoa-Nut Pudding, Tomato Catchup, White Gingerbread. The titles alone stimulate the appetite!"
Title request: Threshold (2005) (TV)