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Monthly Archives: January 2011
Took a million pictures this weekend with my happy new birthday camera. Love this one. It rained and drizzled and was gray outside ’til Sunday afternoon when the colors returned. Happy Monday, friends!
If you’re a member of my generation you needn’t watch the video. The good news: No more endless driving. My fish will no longer be lonely and hungry on the weekends. More time to ride my bike. More time to … Continue reading
Brand new art building. Last semester at the community college, then it’s on to the University for nursing school. Prerequisites behind me, this semester involves two art classes; Ceramics and Basic Digital Photography. I shiver and shudder when I think … Continue reading
Upon a whim, while tangled in the early throes of my love affair with poetry, I purchased a lovely little book of poetry from fellow blogger Eric Quinn, of The Rag Tree. http://cathay12.wordpress.com/ Amassunu can be read in one sitting, but that would be … Continue reading
January 20th is National Buttercrunch Day. Buttercrunch is American toffee, toffee coated with chocolate and almonds, so sayeth his Google-ness. Not to be confused, lest you irritate an Englishman, with English toffee. Go here for a detailed explanation: http://www.thenibble.com/reviews/main/candy/toffee/toffee-information2.asp Because he is a very … Continue reading
Today I had to leave my bubble and drive into the city. Listening to NPR as I sat in slow-moving morning commuter traffic, it was brought to my attention that today is National Peach Melba Day. At the … Continue reading