Being back in my beloved hometown, Ann Arbor, has been a full spectrum experience. I spend most of my time at the hospital giving my super mamma some love and healing energy, but I’ve been lucky to fit in a few nights of revelry with old friends and family. Thank goddess for small mercies, or … More Ann Arbor Shenanigans
Two weeks ago, I was having my afternoon siesta with Magic Man and Shanti. It was a hot day in the jungle and the late afternoon sun beat us into a dead sleep. When I finally woke up, I checked my phone and found frantic messages from my brother. Are you up? It’s mom. It’s … More Broken Heart News
Okay, I confess, I love going out to eat–immersing myself in the unknown vibe and culture of the little universe a restaurant creates, the exploration of food and drink options, the fine details of decor and personality exhibited by something so simple as the type of a napkin fold. . .and, well, not having to … More Antares Restaurant-Goa- Sarah Todd is MIA!
What would you do in the name of love? Would you hire a magical monkey to build a bridge of rocks across the ocean to have your one true love rescued? And where would you get such mystical rocks? Wait, I know. . . I know a place with rocks that pile on top of … More Hampi Love
Happy New Year, family! I don’t know about you but I had almost too much fun over the holidays. . .and saying goodbye to 2016. It was a year full of extremes for me in which I was thrown into the deepest depths of despair only to be hurled back into the heights of whimsy … More The Good-Good life
I’m letting a secret out. Keep it safe. Are you ready? Are you sure? Then, here it is. . . Everyone loves my brownies. So much so that I named them that name up there. But, why are they so good? They’re just chocolately enough without being overkill. They’re chewy and have perfect crispy edges … More Fan Club Brownies
Well, life has been groovin’ along in this little jungle village by the sea. It seems less busy for this time of year compared to last year. All of the local business owners are complaining about money problems. Big problem, it is, they all say. The broken English here often sounds like Yoda-speak. . .haha! … More Rainbows and Open Minds