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Archive for November, 2013

One planting of tall grass in the backyard was quite crushed after the weight of the snow the other day, and I took this photo when the snow was not yet completely melted. I’ll trim these down this weekend as the weather is going to warm up a bit again. As to the tall grasses by my back […]

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I had my grandson help to fill the bird feeders….       Little kids want to start ‘helping’ and asking “can I do it? ” at around 2 1/2 years of age. By 4 years old, they are pretty capable of truly doing a decent job at many activities.     And they are […]

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My son, when serving in Iraq at Ar Ramadi.  ( pulled from his FB..all the guys change their profile pic a day or two prior to Veteran’s Day to reflect on when they served and to also think about those who did not return with them. ) Brent ( my grandson ) was named after […]

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Cabbage rolls in half the time

I am a cabbage fan. It is cheap, it works with a variety of recipes, and one of those recipes that I enjoy very much is cabbage rolls. Here are two quick alternatives to the traditional more time-consuming rolls. One summer I came up with a skillet version, because I did not want to use the […]

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Bug Out!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Orkin Ecologist for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Sometimes the early morning light will transform an ordinary spiderweb into a shimmering thing of beauty, such as the one in this photo that I took a few months ago.     However if […]

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