Monthly Archives: June 2014

A day in the life

Every year I mark my birthday as a vacation day on my office calendar. Sometimes I take the day off and other years I decide to work. A few weeks ago I decided to take the day off. I had … Continue reading

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Birthday trips…they’re a thing now

We’ve done birthday dinners in my family for a long time. The birthday person gets to choose what and where to eat, including dessert. Lately we’ve added birthday trips into the mix. Mom, Dad and I all love to poke … Continue reading

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On socks and being a beginner

“You can learn new things at any time in your life if you’re willing to be a beginner. If you actually learn to like being a beginner, the whole world opens up to you.” –Barbara Sher Look! I made a … Continue reading

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Dearest, loveliest Farm Chicks

Oh Farm Chicks you never fail to delight and amaze us. What a treat to have the happiest antique show on earth right here in our hometown. Mom and Aunt Susie were my partners in crime this year. It’s so … Continue reading

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How did it get to be June?

I’m a little stunned by the sudden appearance of magical June. I was just going along working and playing and resting and all of a sudden I’m in the midst of all this loveliness. I’m trying to soak it in, … Continue reading

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