Cooking is like love.  It should be entered into with abandon or not at all. 

~Harriet van Horne


Good Morning, Good Afternoon, Good Evening!  Thank you for visiting Indulge.  My name is Robin and I’m just your average Midwestern Girl.  I am married to my high school sweetheart and we share our home with the love our lives, Ruby…our 5lb poodle who’s personality is larger than life!  I am passionate about my work but in my spare time, I enjoy running, cooking, entertaining, and spending quality time with family and friends.  (Did I mention, I also love to sleep!) Through this blog, I hope to share some of these passions with you.  I encourage you to Indulge.  Indulge in life – really live it.  Indulge in love – love of family, love of friends, love of animals…and say, “I love you” often.  Indulge in food – control your portions of course, but enjoy what you eat and enjoy preparing it.  Too many people put off something that brings them joy just because they haven’t thought about it, don’t have it on their schedule, didn’t know it was coming or are too rigid to depart from their routine….I intend not to be one of them.

I once ran across this quote and couldn’t help but wonder if it was describing me, well, minus the horse-loving, ranch dwelling…but the rest seems spot on.  🙂

“It’s not so bad to talk to strangers or to spend money on fresh flowers and keep them for yourself.  She is a look on the bright-side kind of girl, a devotee of small indulgences, a believer that a gift should be exquisitely wrapped and that a household guest should be served coffee in bed.  She is a horse-loving ranch dweller who walks around caked in manure but not without her toes painted.  She lights candles on the dinner table every night of the year.”  ~Unknown.

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