Archive for May 2013

From One Naan to Another

blog by Robyn Wyman-Dill

I had been delighting in exotic foods from far away places for decades. Earning a fully-developed habit for culturally-infused foods – spiced with traditions and flavors. This sustenance gets my creative juices flowing. Encouraging me to take risk.

‘A creative change to one’s taste buds can transform everything,’ I thought, envisioning a thoroughly modern hybrid lunch.  I open my refrigerator and spy the forging of a gourmet alliance on the second shelf.  The blending of ‘east’ with ‘west‘ culinary accouterments. Read the rest of this entry »

Trouble in Mother Lode

by Robyn Wyman-Dill

Violence is like a disease. What it finds vulnerable, it likes. What it likes, it strikes.   Then it infects and weakens. Once it is successful, it spreads.

Like a disease, violence is eroding the quality of daily life.  Defeating the collective spirit of nations. While countries around the world are honoring the influence of mothers on Mother’s Day, it might be a good time to assess how mothers actually figure into all this mess.  Read the rest of this entry »

Secrets From the Fountain of Youth

by Robyn Wyman-Dill

Trekking down the road of life, often our responsibilities compete for attention with leisure time. To manage it all, we find we need to multi-task.  Walking is a perfect exercise to do just that.

I couple walks in the park with facerises. Read the rest of this entry »