Monthly Archives: May 2016

coliseum repurposed

Last Saturday I added an advertisement to Hodgepodge 100.6. It went like this: This is what we affectionately call “the coliseum,” built in our backyard several years ago and was never given the chance to reach its full potential. We’re … Continue reading

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hodgepodge 100.6

Did you have a good week too? I hope it at least had some highlights. Here are a few from mine. Her grandkids will be hearing about this some day. .-.-.-.-. What a great way to start the day! .-.-.-.-. … Continue reading

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hodgepodge 001.5

It’s been a busy blogging week, and you might be tired of seeing posts from me. One way or the other, here I am again with some more hodgepodge entertainment to share. If you love babies as much as I love … Continue reading

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once upon another time, i lived there

A recent snail-mail delivery brought this from my brother, John: I was still recovering from this “WOW” from the day before and wasn’t sure my heart could take another WOW so soon. I took a big breath then called Johnny to … Continue reading

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i took a scenic walk down memory lane

Some things go without saying but also bear repeating. (You can quote me on that, though it sounds like something Yogi Berra would say.) I LOVE pictures! Maybe it’s because they maintain my memory or maybe it’s simply because they’re … Continue reading

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hodgepodge 001.4

It’s Saturday again. Are you ready to join me for more Hodgepodge? This might put you to sleep. .-.-.-.-. .-.-.-.-. I did the math. 65 years. They have stories. .-.-.-.-. What’s to not love about that puppy? .-.-.-.-. If you … Continue reading

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two days w/Q

Quinn had a birthday on Monday and I got to spend it with her. That sentence really should end with an exclamation point—Mom/daughter days don’t happen often when one of us lives in Arizona, the other in Oregon. “Joe” owns three … Continue reading

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