Monthly Archives: March 2011

Wise use of Time

Life is filled with disappointments so it shouldn’t be any surprise that the bumpy road from snow and ice should take a long time to get to fruits and flowers. So far 2011 has been one day of the crocus … Continue reading

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Patience

I don’t think I meant it when I came home from the store even though all the crocuses are showing the tips of their yellow and lavender blossoms, the lilac buds are swelling, the sky is perfectly clear and the … Continue reading

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Is There a Vegan in the House?

Anybody who does a lot of cooking is likely to do even more fussing and worrying over what to have for dinner, and a new wrinkle is likely to cause a certain amount of consternation. Nancy got here about eight … Continue reading

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bloomsblog

That’s going to be my new title, but of course I don’t know how to make that happen. On one of my early blogs, about three weeks ago, I spoke lightly of a friend who hadn’t become acquainted with the … Continue reading

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Inventions

As a spokeswoman for the over eighty crowd, I’d have to say that technologically speaking it isn’t that easy to explain what’s going on especially since I hardly know what’s going on myself. When I was a young married woman … Continue reading

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digging and delving

It doesn’t take talent to stuff a closet with irrelevant items. You find yourself having wandered into your room holding an ancient scrapbook that seems to be leaking yellowed papers; you see the open closet with a length of bare … Continue reading

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Getting With It

My oldest and dearest friend called me up yesterday. She’s the one that used to entertain at parties by standing on a table, throwing her joints out, and then snapping them back in. The tricks got a lot of appreciative … Continue reading

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