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We left Madison with a bit of apprehension about driving for the first time in the USA but it was easy to get on the highway and the traffic was good. Our first break was the Wisconsin Dells for a bite to eat and cruise. First impressions weren't good; the town looked run down and we were greeted by gaudy theme parks and fast food restaurants …
... dip, spiral-cut ham with mashed potatoes and bacon green beans, and my favorite: a homemade Bengali feast. Kichuri (rice & lentil dish), Bengali eggs, Kosha Murgir Mongsho (cinnamon-chile chicken curry), Bhuna Gorur Mongsho (cumin beef curry) might take several hours to prepare, but I feel like it's worth someone else cooking all day for the absolute, unqualified joy I feel when I eat this food. Shameless. Thank you, Normita and Jenn. Jerks.
... on what was perhaps the greatest possum dinner of all time.
The County of Worth has volunteered-nay, has asked the honor-of furnishing, free of charge, the one hundred fat ‘possums necessary for the great supper to be given President-elect Taft on the occasion of his visit to Atlanta, the aforementioned animals to be served in accordance with the expressed wish of his Honor. Assurance also came today from a lady admirer of Mr. Taft, that ...
... this is one of the hardest things I have ever done in my life. And that is why I am doing this trip. Not only is it going to be an adventure of a lifetime, it is making me grow in ways I haven't before. I am having to rely on others and trust in the universe.
I have an incredible man at home that is stepping in and taking care of my home, my loves and life allowing me that ability to ...
... know this well of course, and it's never bothered me in the UK. I just need to get used to it in the US. Put it this way....my company dressed me in a large kids' shirt.....not even extra large, or extra extra large! The past week has been yet another whirlwind of different experiences and I'm looking forward to more next week. Not however, before I return to the UK for the Lamb-Parvin wedding. A number of my (far too generous and devoted) ...