A Charcuterie Christmas and Other Things My Mom Taught Me

Those who know me well, know how much I love Christmas. I have since I was as small child. My mom made Christmas special, though we did not have a lot in my early years. She created wonderful traditions for my brother and I. Dad decorated the tree and strung the lights. Mom would alwaysContinue reading “A Charcuterie Christmas and Other Things My Mom Taught Me”

Crisis and the Constitution

Darren Micah Lewis – August 1, 2020 May 23, 1863 dawned with hope as President Lincoln signed the Habeas Corpus Suspension Act. The first years of the American Civil War were fraught with frustration on many fronts. The President and Union Army struggled to find the right General to lead them. The war was takingContinue reading “Crisis and the Constitution”