Category: Moonshine

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11 Fletching Hacks You Won’t Learn on the Fief! –> #medievalclickbait

— Eva Moon (@evamoon) August 27, 2017

15 Tweets That Sum Up the Crusades PERFECTLY. (number 9 is hilarious!) #medievalclickbait

— Eva Moon (@evamoon) August 27, 2017

Is Your Liege Exploiting You? … He is if he……


BRCArtoons

No matter how grim it is, sometimes you gotta laugh! I drew these cartoons for my BRCA sisters. If you’ve been there, you’ll get it!

Please feel free to share these with your friends. Contact me for info on getting hi-res versions or to use in a publication.

#brca, #force17, #brcartoons, #cancer


Green Eggs & BRCA



I created this parody of Dr. Suess’ Green Eggs & Ham to help educate people about the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genetic mutations and the associated high risk of breast and ovarian cancer – and also……


Baklava



Many years ago my grandmother taught me how to make baklava. It’s an old family recipe and I’ve made it every December since. Here’s her recipe, with a few stories along the way.

Lenore’s Baklava

1. Buy a box of phyllo dough. You can get it in the freezer……


A few details about our family reunion

To: Family

From: Mom

Subject: Family reunion!

Hi all! It’s time to start planning our family reunion! I’m looking at big houses at the beach. Can you……


Immigration lottery to be replaced by gladiatorial games

Ending a twenty-seven year history, the popular Immigration Lottery will be shut down. Originally intended to promote cultural diversity by making available 50,000 permanent resident visas annually to natives of countries deemed to have low rates of immigration to the United States, the program has been determined to be a huge……


A grown-up holiday manifesto

My two sons are grown and long out on their own. Yesterday the younger one texted me:

“Is there anything you and Dad want for Christmas?”

My heart sank a little bit. Sure, gift giving is fun, but how did this artificial extravaganza of exchanging stuff get to be so… required?

We’re not a religious family. We’re just not. But even if we……


The Ghosts — Both Welcome And Not So Welcome — That Linger In My House

Given enough time, almost any house will collect ghosts. My house has plenty, even though I’m not one for hanging onto the past. Usually they creep in silently, like dust bunnies under the bed: When you see them, you know they must have been there for a long time, but you never catch them coming in the door.

I found one……


Damage Control: A Fable about Politics and Dirty Tricks

“Damage Control” – a short satirical play about a fictional senator facing a tough press conference on the eve of a dirty political campaign with grave consequences for civil rights – debuted in 2015, but is particularly relevant in the wake of the 2016 election.


How to give a loved one permission to die

“You need to give her permission to go,” Maxine, the hospice nurse urged us.

We were gathered at my grandmother’s home for a final visit. Coming together for this purpose was sad but it was also more joyful than I could have imagined. We sat with her and shared stories, photos, laughter. It was good to be together.

I had flown down……