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Sometimes it’s the little things… I had a hanging wire basket many years ago–I think it was mandatory during one of those past decades when I’d probably barely cut my teeth–and who knows what happened to it along the way … Continue reading
Today lots of work but mostly lots of thinking because there are big decisions to be made quickly. Change is good, right? On a more upbeat note, there is détente in the kitchen.
Today has been a long and busy day. All I really want is to put on my jammies, brush my teeth, get in bed, and read a few pages in my book before I zonk out. So that’s exactly what … Continue reading
Tom has been working on a landscaping project in the back yard. Guinness has a job, too: Border Patrol. There’s always hope of pestering a lizard.
Last Christmas David and Geri sent the dogs several toys. The dogs loved them–they loved them to pieces. And then they stopped loving them because they were just pieces. No more stuffing to remove, no more squeakers to squeak. All … Continue reading
When I have a migraine (today), pretty much the only thing that can make me happy is my bed in a cool, dark room.
I don’t mind spiders as long as they’re outside. I like their webs. And it makes me happy to have a camera that can photograph cobwebs–even abandoned ones.
I made it to Day 20 before I resorted to a food post! Here are the sides for our Tex-Mex tonight: cheese, sour cream, chiles, onions, black olives, tomatoes, and lettuce to go in beef and/or bean burritos, or to … Continue reading
The best part of waking up in summer isn’t coffee. It’s morning glories.
Being able to make my own coffee frappés using the Ninja. My version of a Starbucks Frappuccino.