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Archive for November, 2013

Last year at the holidays there were just two children …this year there are five. For Thankgiving, I decided to put the oldest three ( Kate, Brent and Javis, who is a year older than Brent ) at a long narrow folding table, using one folding chair and the piano bench, which seats two.  The […]

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My little grandson is starting to figure things out. I thought I’d post two of his recent thought processes. We were in the car, early morning the other day, having taken his older sister to school. On the way back, we passed a farm with cows in a field. He shouted “Cows..YUM! You have to […]

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Hey there little squirrel, want a peanut? Yes you…c’mon up and visit, little buddy.     Oh look who else wants your peanuts and cracked corn ! : )         Meanwhile after going through almost 10 lbs. of sunflower seeds at the feeders, and seeing only sparrows and other birds, finally Mr. […]

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What is Craftsy? Craftsy is a worldwide craft community offering online classes. It also has a patterns marketplace where independent designers can sell their patterns; a supplies shop with great deals on yarn, fabric, and class kits; and a projects section where members share pictures of their latest craft successes. With over two million members and […]

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The Olden Days : Potatoes

One year my sister suggested making instant mashed potatoes for a holiday meal, and my sons were aghast. That was just not done, according to them.  Homemade mashed potatoes and gravy are an integral part of Thanksgiving dinner to them, and other family meals in the winter time. No matter what else I am cooking, […]

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I had to have my stove replaced not too long ago.  When my brother-in-law came to hook it up for me, Brent was here. I am not sure who had the most fun after that. My brother-in-law was always good with my boys, and it was the same case with Brent that day. Brent was […]

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