Category Archives: musings

Trunk or Treat?

  Halloween can be a writer’s delight or nightmare. At our church we do Trunk or Treat. Members of the congregation decorate their car trunks with happy pumpkins and lights. We load up our candy baskets and wait for the … Continue reading

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Nut Crackers, not just for Chirstmas Anymore

What??? I had to stop and take a look at this Target endcap.  My first thought was oh nutcrackers for Christmas, but my brain disagreed so I took another look. These guys are for Halloween.  Somehow this feels wrong and … Continue reading

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Introducing….Oliver

I opened the front door last week and this little bit was sitting on my porch. He looked to be about 6, maybe 7 weeks old. He was weak, and his eyes were a muddy brown. I already have a … Continue reading

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Gardening as a beginner

It’s July and I’ve pulled a lot of weeds, touched a worm (yuck) and enjoyed radishes, lettuce and herbs from MY garden! The radishes are all gone now, but in the fall I’ll replant them. They were in the planted … Continue reading

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Where I’ve been

I’ve been nowhere and everywhere. I didn’t have an internet connection for quite some time so no posting for me. So I read a lot of good books and traveled to different time periods, look for a review on A … Continue reading

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The Art of Practice

“You play the way you practice.” Pop Warner (1871-1954)    American football coach (Born Glenn Scobey Warner)     painted by Andrew Brandmeyer My son won second place in the art show this weekend. I’m proud of what he can … Continue reading

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My gift!

My son, the artist painted this! I love still life. I can stare at this for hours. (yes, it is crooked on my wall. I have to fix that!) I love the simple and yet complexity of this painting. Right … Continue reading

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