Monthly Archives: January 2014

7 Things I Learned In January

1. I like it when it precipitates in LA. I’m not exactly sure why, but my mood lifts whenever it starts sprinkling or is overcast. I think it adds an air of demureness to a city that is usually unabashed in living life. 2. The job of an escrow officer, from what little I know […]


You know the moment in a movie when the images keep moving but there’s a music-over, notes of a piano begin, and since it’s a drama (one of those sure to be an Oscar-nominee), you know the director of music wants you to know this is the most compelling part of the film, it’s the […]

Broccoli Quiche

Twelve baskets

While doing my BSF homework on Sunday I noticed something new. I was reading about Jesus feeding 5,000, and how when everyone was satisfied, the disciples picked up twelve basketfuls of broken pieces of bread and fish. I had read it many times before. This time, the number of baskets in Mark 6:43 stood out: […]