At home

The Varmint Tree

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The Tree was old and rotted. It really should come down. But I loved the branches spreading. The way the light filtered through. I couldn’t stand the thought of all those that lived there Not having a place to go The squirrels had their nest there. The birds sang and squawked and squalled. The barn […]

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Opening the friend and family cookbook!

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This week I decided to open up the friend and family cookbook and follow some tried and true recipes. I picked out a couple recipes for the week before I went grocery shopping. Today, I am trying one of them out. Tomorrow I will try another. While I anticipated good food, and a plan for […]

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Resolutions & A New Year 2021

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New Years Resolutions yes or no? How interesting it was to learn that January gets it name from Janus, the two-faced god. I learned that this god supposedly looks backward into the old year and forwards into the new. Many of us would just assume look only forward, but if we think about it, there […]

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dining in

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With so many people sheltering in dining at home is the norm these days. However, I have been the recipient of of a few fine meals that make it a treat. How wonderful to have something already prepared, or in the refrigerator. Not having to scavenge for food, or think up what you want to […]

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Traveling Through Ornaments

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With travel close to a standstill this Christmas, many of us may be traveling through memories. For Keith and I, when we travel, we tend to pick up Christmas ornaments as souvenirs. Then each year when I decorate the tree, I can remember back to that magical trip as I place the ornament on the […]

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