Diana’s Tiramisu Recipe + Podcast/Audio Version

Happiness Between Tails by da-AL


There’s also a podcast/audio version of this recipe. Check it out at AnchorFM! There you’ll also find links to subscribe, hear, and share episodes via most any platform, from Spotify and Apple Podcasts, to Google Podcasts and Pocket Casts, along with RadioPublic and Castbox and Stitcher and more, plus an RSS feed. The full list of 50+ places is at LinkTree.

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Do angels exist in everyday life? Indeed, Cousin Diana was one. Her life was far too short, but such can be the case with the sweetest among us…

Photo of Cousin Diana. Cousin Diana.
Diana Ferretti Ruberti. Diana Ferretti Ruberti.

Years ago, when my husband and I visited her in Italy, she prepared a fantastic multi-course vegetarian meal that ended with this nirvana-inducing tiramisu. Upon our return to the States, Diana sent me the instructions and helped me with it over the phone.

Recipe can…

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El poema de la vida

Santiago Galicia Rojon Serrallonga


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Encuentro una correspondencia prodigiosa entre la naturaleza, la vida, y el arte, en sus diferentes expresiones. Es como si, en un lado y en otro, a una hora y a otra, se manifestara la esencia en su interminable proceso creativo y se plasmara en letras, en música, en colores, en formas, en movimientos.

Descubro con asombro, entre los rumores y los silencios de la lluvia, del viento, de las cascadas, de los ríos y del mar, el arte de las letras, de las palabras escritas con inspiración, el poema más bello, un relato tan profundo como el azul intenso del cielo, y, también, encuentro las notas musicales que cautivan a las almas, a todas las criaturas, a los árboles y a las piedras, a los manantiales y a las flores, a la tierra y a las nubes flotantes, a…

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Estimate says 19 million US adults have long COVID | CIDRAP

City University of New York (CUNY) researchers estimate that 7.3% of US adult COVID-19 survivors have persistent symptoms—or almost 19 million Americans. Studies in India and Denmark, meanwhile, report rates of 29.0% and 25.0%, respectively.

Source: Estimate says 19 million US adults have long COVID | CIDRAP

Library Book Review: Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences, By Howard Gardner

Context, Critical Thinking, Continuous Learning: Project Do Better

I read this for my MAT in 2002, alongside Theodore Sizer’s book about the Coalition of Essential Schools.   Both inspired me to work on constructivist lesson plans for my classes, this past twenty years.  Should be read by all people who want to learn or to teach. In other words, this book should be read by everyone.
He posited nine types of intelligence, which have been condensed by teaching courses into three categories: Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic.  As a K, I tend to try harder to work that style into my lesson plans, but it was never easy.

This is an excellent book to read for almost any kind of work.

   Continuing Education iscrucial to our republic, and to our future.  Reading and critical thinking on the work like this is crucial to how we vote, as well, in the immediate term.  Over the long…

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Marii Freire

Pensamentos.me/VEM comigo!

“A mulher que convive com a violência, ela precisa enfrentar o medo. Não basta esconder os hematomas, a forma grosseira de é tratada. É preciso consciência para ter que sair desse tipo de situação, ao invés de ter que elaborar a próxima desculpa.”

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https://Pensamentos.me/VEM comigo!

Santarém, Pá 21 de dezembro de 2022

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Don’t point a finger when you can lend a hand — Filosofa’s Word

Originally posted on musingsofanoldfart: “Don’t point a finger when you can lend a hand.” Sounds profoundly simple doesn’t it? Yet, why is it such a underutilized approach? One of our friend’s father was good with his hands, but also had a big heart. Before he passed away, it was not uncommon for him and a…

Don’t point a finger when you can lend a hand — Filosofa’s Word

chapter outline: Baby Acres — collaboration with learners

Originally posted on Inspiring Critical Thinking and Community via Books, Lessons, and Story: The common good, or the general welfare, and on-going legal & financial pro-bono education (aka Adulting Education), must become more fully inclusive for all of us. Just posting the start of a chapter outline page from this date. BabyAcreCptrWdCounts   So, it…

chapter outline: Baby Acres — collaboration with learners