Mrs. K’s Guide to Dinner Party Etiquette

We have just returned from our first dinner party with our new survivor group. The head of the homeowner’s association, Mrs. Glenn, had us and a few of the neighbors over for dinner. It was such a lovely evening getting to know our new suburban community (even if the potatoes were a little overcooked). It … Continue reading

Ask the Gracious Ladies: The Trouble with Defense Harems

Dear Gracious Ladies, Ok, I’ll admit it, I can’t go it alone.  My plan was perfect: stay alone, stay mobile, stay alive.  But, it hasn’t worked.  I got weary of eating squirrel every night (although I believe my cholesterol is now completely under control!), and have since then considered recruiting up a couple men to … Continue reading

A Santa for a Post-Apocalyptic World

With less than a week left until Christmas, I thought it would be a perfect time to tell the story of the new world’s Santa.  After the great panic, there was much confusion about what role the holidays would play in our rebuilt society and Santa had to change with the times.  There were just … Continue reading

Mrs. K’s Holiday Baking Wisdom

Dear readers, Over the next few weeks we will be devoting some time to our favorite holiday crafts, recipes and entertainment tips.  Today’s topic is baking! Miss E may prefer the rush of ransacking houses and fighting zombies (and other ladies) on Black Friday for the hottest gifts, but I prefer the more personal touch … Continue reading