Monthly Archives: July 2008

Dream Hangover

For three nights in a row, I’ve had dreams about my dad.  I usually remember more about him in the summertime anyway, but he’s been gone 19 years now, so dreams don’t come so often. When I woke up this … Continue reading

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Hats worked on half inch pegs looms

My new round knitting looms from CinDWood Crafts arrived awhile back. We have e-mailed back and forth a few times, which is one of the benefits of buying from the owner/worker. I am liking alot my new things. The half … Continue reading

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All that for Naught

A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, … Continue reading

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Quiet Fourth of July

The sound of firecrackers is still coming every now and then, but I do believe the celebration of our nation’s birthday is winding down. Lucas came home yesterday, and Chris came by bicycle today.  We took it easy, just the … Continue reading

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Not so good, first thing in the morning

My day began at 6:20 in the morning, barely passed sun-up when Mahalia decided she wanted to play.  There are times when I wish son Christopher’s apartment allowed pets. The girl cat likes him best. She slept on his bed … Continue reading

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Oscar in a Box

Friday, I opened the last ream of paper from the box. Saturday while I was at S*Ms Club, I bought a new box of printer paper, then Husband carried it into the house for me. Oscar doesn’t want me to … Continue reading

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A Prize is in the Mail

Oh Boy Oh Boy Oh Boy! ! ! A message in my Inbox has informed me that I have won the Coffee Talk mug for the month of June from the comic For Better or For Worse website’s Spill Your … Continue reading

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