Reading Rarities: Make Do and Mend

During the Second World War, rationing was a thing in most parts of the world, and Britain had some of the most stringent rules of any free nation. Then, as now, they relied heavily on imported goods and raw materials, and when shipping became a problem, conservation was the order of the day. Not only … Continue reading Reading Rarities: Make Do and Mend

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This Old House

My son had his Spring Break at the end of March, and I took the extra free time to start revisiting most of the "House" series. Remember those? A family, several familes, or maybe just a random group of people would try to live as people did in a certain time in history, and it … Continue reading This Old House

Eating For Victory

I don't have to tell you that we're in the thick of the holiday party season. Fun, frolic, and for some, a fitness wrecker (Not that I'm complaining, but suffice it to say, I'm stepping up my workouts just in case.). Imagine, though, if you couldn't get as much food as you wanted when you … Continue reading Eating For Victory