Monthly Archives: July 2012

101 Things to Do with Your Husband

A blogger who was recently Freshly Pressed posted 101 things to do with her husband.  She had been married 11 years and was tired of sitting in front of the TV with him.  She and her husband are still madly … Continue reading

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Mark Twain on blogging….

‎”To get the right word in the right place is a rare achievement. To condense the diffused light of a page of thought into the luminous flash of a single sentence, is worthy to rank as a prize composition just … Continue reading

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The Perfect Grandma

My grandkids mean the world to me.  When they come over I try to plan activities for them to do.  Mostly because it’s fun, but also because its a lot easier to keep them happy when they are busy. We … Continue reading

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Things I don’t get…

  Notary Publics nose piercings technical support This page intentionally left blank Lip and tongue piercings Tattoos you cannot see Tattoos you can see one word text messages People who never post anything original… they just copy everyone else’s stuff … Continue reading

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1941

“She’s not a flower She’s not a pearl, But she’s a jolly All around girl.” That was the inscription under my Mom’s senior picture in her 1941 yearbook. You wouldn’t dare write inscriptions today. It would cause too much drama! … Continue reading

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Thank Goodness for Spell Check

The typographical error is a slippery thing and sly You can hunt till you are dizzy, but it somehow will get by. Till the forms are off the presses, it is strange how still it keeps; It shrinks down in … Continue reading

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Finding Roger

I have discovered a sure-fire way to find my husband.  It’s the most amazing concept I have ever come up with. My husband is a farmer/excavator.  Not a combination I would ever recommend to anyone, but that is another story.  … Continue reading

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It’s a Love/Hate Thing

My sister-in-law is the Extreme Gardener.  She has at least 3 separate gardens.   Sweet corn, potatoes, onions, and typical vegetables.   She has a flower garden mixed with herbs and perennials that were heirloom before heirloom was cool.  She has a … Continue reading

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cool mornings

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Corn

When I opened the back door I could smell the corn.  What a difference a day makes.  Farmers have one chance every growing season.   Sometimes it goes right and sometimes it goes wrong.  Our crops were planted early this … Continue reading

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