Monthly Archives: January 2013

BASKET CASE

I have a thing or two to learn about baskets.  With the revamping of my kitchen I had in mind to purchase a couple sturdy and functional baskets.  I envisioned finding great deals on eBay so two days ago I … Continue reading

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DEPENDENCY

Life can change in a moment. The journey of this thought began with the sudden stillness after the “hard shutdown,”  the blackness of no power, the roaring quiet that brings about instantaneous recognition of my tinnitus. I am humbled in … Continue reading

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WHERE’S THE HORSE SENSE?

  It baffles me that technology has advanced in my lifetime to see hundreds of gigabytes of data stored on a chip that is smaller than the vitamins that I take each morning.  Rise up comrades and revolt!  Must the … Continue reading

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DOWNTON (ep. 4 Spoiler Alert)

Shock and awe.  Downton fans were mortified to witness the Lady Sybil’s beloved character suddenly seizing and suffocating to death in the presence of her family and before millions of viewers during last night’s episode.  One abrupt and devastating event … Continue reading

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NUGGET

Dear Las Vegas, I came for my nugget which you would not relinquish.  What do you mean what happens to be in Vegas stays in Vegas?!  It had my name on it!         From Proverbs 3: Blessed … Continue reading

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FRESH FROM SWEDEN

  I am embarking on a new sort of adventure.  Due to rave reviews I am traveling with new companions.  I am not sure what to expect, how they could possibly improve my westward excursion remains a mystery to me, … Continue reading

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TREASURE

Attempting to extract one last dollop of toothpaste reminded me of my Grandma today.  How many have had a grandma in their life that washed out ziploc bags, reused aluminum foil, carefully unwrapped presents to save the wrapping paper, and … Continue reading

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