The good news first…
We’re on a new host! Yes, cheaper, but it also has many upsides to it. The VPS has more memory and a tad more space. Good for all!
Also, soon I may start experimenting again with food. I do miss cooking, and I’d like to share my new discoveries with the world!
The bad news…
I could not save the comments. For whatever reason I lost access to the admin portion of the site and had to basically start over fresh. I did manage to import all existing posts, but no categories came with them.
I came across an article today describing McDonald’s new initiative of trying to make their Happy Meals healthier. My first thought was “Good for them.” Then, I actually read the article. Eh, in my opinion it’s a weak effort and here’s why.
You see, the healthy part of it is a serving of apple slices, or carrots, or any other fruit or vegetable that’s “in season.” They are also lowering the serving of fries to 1.1 ounce, down from 2.4 ounces. Ok, so it’s a step in the right direction, but I think they can do better.
That’s the question isn’t it? A few months ago I came across an article that talked about how law makers were looking at new and stricter requirements on trade schools, pointing mostly at culinary schools for being so expensive that you can’t possibly pay your loans back. I’ve been thinking about writing an article of my own about the good, the bad, and the ugly of going to culinary school since I’ve been through the process and everything that goes with it. Today I decided to go ahead and write about it.
I would like to take this time to thank our brave men and women of the US Armed Forces. You all mean so much to me. All of you make it possible for us to live in a free society, and be able to pursue our dreams. Thank you for being you and serving your country.
Sometimes we take for granted that you fight for our freedom. You sacrifice your rights, privileges, and lives to give those same rights and privileges to the rest of us so we may live free. Freedom doesn’t come free, and we should all appreciate those who make the sacrifices for the greater good.