Monthly Archives: January 2007

About One Third of the Way done

This morning I got myself all settled in at the breakfast nook table.  There was a full pot of Red Rose brand tea, a new box of 100 blank envelopes, two ink pens, and my box of Rolodex cards. My … Continue reading

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Being Young but knowing Old

I read a couple things today which jogged my memory.  The first item was that actress Yvonne de Carlo passed away last week at a nice old age. My dad would be glad to know she made it so far, … Continue reading

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Shawl from Shades of Red yarn

Although I haven’t written much about what’s happening in my little part of the world, you may rest assured that Life goes on apace, and we are moving right along as best we are able. Didja ever get stuck by … Continue reading

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Basic Briefs, circa age 50

Today I’m thinking about underwear.  Many reasons. The first being when I saw a recent picture which Laura has up at Vitamin Sea. Global warming, uhm, sure…that’s what it says. The second because my washer got a new pump on … Continue reading

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Reading Something Reliable for the New Year

Over the years, I have given away at least a dozen copies of In Every Tiny Grain of Sand My own book falls open automatically to this poem. On Morning Wings, In Oceans Deep Lord, you look at me and … Continue reading

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