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Archive for September, 2013

I thought I’d post a few favorite photo collages from 2012 : Can you see the little Fairy Spirit in the black and white Sweet Pea photo ?  Just a trick of the eye but he showed up when I changed the photo to B/W:     Ah, local fresh peaches…how I wish we still […]

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Have you finished your preserving for the season ? ( canning, freezing, pickling, etc. ) I thought it would be fun to go down memory lane ….I had compiled information for this post awhile ago but decided to save it for summer’s end. From “Kitchenary” by Peggy H. Landis: “Living on a farm was like […]

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Random 5 this week…

The thunbergia that I purchased in a pot in the spring eventually needed transplanted. I had decided to use the porch railing as a good place for it to twine upward and I sure got my money’s worth…it’s still growing and happy even with the weather turning cooler lately. This year the price of cornstalks […]

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THE KINDNESS OF STRANGERS  & PAY IT FORWARD : Yesterday, my son had both Kate and Brent and was out to breakfast with his girlfriend who has one little boy and two twin girls.  So there were five children aged 7 and under with them.   His girlfriend’s post on Facebook said; “This morning Scott […]

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A local grocery store has a bargain book bin every few months.  I picked up a book called ” I Love You When” written by Annie Baker and illustrated by Barroux. I cannot believe how this book resonated with my little grandson, who just turned four.     We read this once, with a few […]

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