Monthly Archives: December 2011

upcycled

I think upcycled is what we’re calling it these days. Take something you no longer use and change it into something else. I thought I’d give it a whirl. I’d already cut one sleeve off of my no-longer-worn sweater before … Continue reading

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actions speak louder than words

I made a quick trip to Arizona after Christmas to enjoy a few days with the Anderson family. Yes, I was just there a month ago but the added draw was the presence of son Ben, there from Michigan for … Continue reading

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mine!

Don’t even think about touching my Christmas poodle. She’s all mine.

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puzzled

I had me some fun today. So of course you have to hear about it. It all started a couple of weeks ago when I started making some Christmas presents for my young friends Liv and Sam. I pilfered pictures … Continue reading

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acoustic christmas

It has become an annual event at Newberg Friends. I knew Wendy Goodwin when she was Wendy Clark and attended NFC with her family. She played violin in one of the regular music groups. Now she’s married and the mother … Continue reading

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tradition

Does doing something two years in a row make it a tradition? Tonight, for the second Christmas in a row, our reading group read through the script of Charles Dickens’s “A Christmas Carol.” Here’s director LaNeal looking over the assigned … Continue reading

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cigars

That title probably got your attention. Sherry’s writing about cigars? A year ago I started receiving a subscription to Cigar Aficionado magazine. My only hint as to who might have sent me this “gift” was the name on the front. … Continue reading

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