Author Archive | Sue Ann Gleason


Never Leave Me to My Own Devices

image source: Arriving the recommended two hours prior to departure always seems like such a virtuous accomplishment. I enter the TSA PreCheck lane eager to get through security so that I can grab one last bite of Colorado cuisine before boarding my plane. Maybe even a bison burger. I’ve never eaten a bison burger […]

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How Do You Stay So Thin?

How do you stay so thin? The question was innocent enough. I had been posting my food forays from France all week and believe me, when I travel to France, it’s no holds barred. It’s the one place I can enjoy a loaf of crusty glutenFUL bread and not worry that someone is going to […]

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I have been holed up in my writing cave for the past few weeks, barely coming up for air let alone those gorgeous meals I love to share. Today I sat down to write this post and I found myself kind of wordless. I know, hard to believe, right? I’m rarely at a loss for […]

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Most Nourishing Soup Ever!

I try to limit my social media interaction to just one or two venues since keeping up with all that is just … too much. So even though Pinterest is like eye candy for the visually inclined (that would be me) and I use it more as a digital filing cabinet than an active place […]

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A ‘Course’ in Laughter

Don’t hate me. I love everything about the hustle and bustle in a holiday-infused kitchen. I don’t mind at all that it takes, days, maybe even weeks, to create a feast that’s going to be devoured in an hour. I have fond memories of huge holiday feasts, some of them fabricated no doubt. The details […]

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Dear Dad …

Dear Dad, I came across this phrase today: the anatomy of grief. It reminded me that I had a letter to finish. I started this letter on the eve of what would have been your 94th birthday. I like to mark your birthdays with a celebration. I know you’d want it that way. First, we […]

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Google Alert Tells Me I’m Dead

photo by Cami Flake I received a Google Alert in my inbox this past week. It informed me that I was dead. At first I thought it might be true. I’ve been feeling a little dead these past few days. So much sadness and strife in the world. Beirut. Paris. Mali. My tender psyche has […]

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A Sift of Lost Faces

“Your dad appears to be exhibiting some passive aggressive behavior. He’s ‘pocketing’ his pills.” I’m startled by the words that greet me as I take my place at the too-big table in the icy conference room, the only room in this assisted living facility that has air conditioning. My sweet, docile father. Even in his […]

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