Monthly Archives: November 2011

a second home for the holidays

Come along with us and see by way of at least a few* pictures (*a relative word) what we’ve just experienced as a family over Thanksgiving. I challenge you to look at the pictures and not wish you were with … Continue reading

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sage’s book

I’ve been working on a little Christmas present for Sage. It doesn’t involve glue or cloth or yarn or anything crafty. Not that I have anything against those things; in fact, I once had a home business called “Fancy That!” … Continue reading

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I’m not exactly a cookie-baking mama anymore. But when my 35-year-old “baby” sends me an updated DPO (diplomatic post office) address with a hint for molasses cookies, I can hardly not head for the store for ingredients. OK, I confess … Continue reading

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Some things are just too cool to keep to myself. So here you go! Getting organized Last week Wonder Woman Bethany (not the Bethany in my previous post, though she’s a wonder woman too) and a host of volunteers threw … Continue reading

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Visitors come to my office throughout the day, some with agendas, some just to say hi. Since most of my work is done at a desk and with a computer, I welcome any and all interruptions and gladly stop to … Continue reading

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upside down

Mauri is no longer alarmed when I tell him I’m going out to the garage to hang myself. This is my scenic view of the garage ceiling ten minutes twice a day from the inversion table my chiropractor insisted I … Continue reading

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