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  • WIth a Thankful Sigh of Relief

    WIth Thankful Sigh Relief

    It was a grand day from the starters to the desserts, including a rather special cake made by Josie, Grandma Nancy serving a sous chef. Alas, I didn't take any... Read more

    The 24 November 2023 by   Vickilane
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  • Game On!

    Game

    Yesterday I braved the grocery store for more Thanksgiving provisions and as I was pushing the buggy out to my car, a cheerful woman with her own buggy loaded... Read more

    The 22 November 2023 by   Vickilane
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  • Thinking of Duns Scotus

    Thinking Duns Scotus

    2 something am. Jenny jumps on the bed, waking me up. She doesn't seem to want to go out, and she snuggles down next to me. As I lie there waiting to go back... Read more

    The 21 November 2023 by   Vickilane
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  • One More Sunrise ( by a Real Photographer)

    More Sunrise Real Photographer)

    Our friend Cory paid us a brief visit and grabbed this gorgeous sunrise shot. He's a professional photographer and a very old friend of the family--twenty-some... Read more

    The 20 November 2023 by   Vickilane
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  • Solitaire

    Solitaire

    When I consider the word 'solitaire' I remember a small wooden board, filled with indentations and small marbles. Although I am aware of this, I have no clue ho... Read more

    The 19 November 2023 by   Ashleylister
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  • In Praise of Pomegranates

    Praise Pomegranates

    I really love pomegranates. Their color is my favorite shade of red. I love the little crown they wear, containing the remnants of their once spectacular flower. Read more

    The 18 November 2023 by   Vickilane
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  • Talismans

    Talismans

    I found the lost post! Not Blogger's fault but mine. I'd carelessly posted it to last Friday. So here it is. Cleaning out a drawer of seldom used kitchen... Read more

    The 17 November 2023 by   Vickilane
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  • Like the Cat Ate the Grindstone

    Like Grindstone

    Little by little, that is. I'm slowly making my way through the kitchen, taking stuff out of cabinets, making decisions, washing, recycling, tossing.I've been a... Read more

    The 15 November 2023 by   Vickilane
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  • Solitaire - Alone

    Solitaire Alone

    My mother loved her diamond solitaire ring and wore it all the time. It was a gift from my father, bought in Hatton Gardens on one of their trips to London. Read more

    The 14 November 2023 by   Ashleylister
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  • A Sweet Surprise

    Sweet Surprise

    This arrived in the mail--a book by a past student. And she credits an assignment in my class at John C. Campbell as being the catalyst for this novel. Read more

    The 14 November 2023 by   Vickilane
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