Monthly Archives: July 2013

How did we get here?

Himself and I have reached this interesting spot in our lives, perhaps a nexus or something, I am not sure.  I keep looking around and wondering how we got here, to this point. When did it happen? How did it … Continue reading

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Dr. Mom

The household is positively brimming with medical issues! Now,I do love a medical issue,if it’s not mine. It’s a challenge, to see if whatever discomfort/condition/malady the person/persons are enduring are within my skill level to remedy/alleviate/soothe. If not, then I … Continue reading

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what? Another one?

We are suckers for animals, much to the irritation of our neighbor to the west, who thinks one is too many and complains constantly about our dogs that bark at him when he wanders onto our patio looking for tools … Continue reading

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An embroidery picture for Joanna

This is (obviously) a pillow for the cat. There’s other things too, but this is the one I have a picture of. It’s not as complicated as it might look, as those swirly things were designed by someone else and … Continue reading

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Here’s a bunch of mushroom photos for you!

These were taken at my parent’s place in Central Alabama, this past Sunday (July 13). I used a Pentax camera (Dad’s), with whatever that standard lens was, and no flash. The day was cloudy  so there were no shadows. Perfect … Continue reading

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Awash like Mayonnaise…or something.

There is entirely too much fun to be had when it rains constantly for weeks and weeks and one is stuck indoors with a plethora of ideas swirling around like…well…like aioli in a blender. What a terrible analogy. But it … Continue reading

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Still here!

I’ve been either busy or uninspired. Have you ever been that way? The acquisition of a fancypants new embroidery program has kept my mind occupied with ways to make antique-looking cross stitch (do it on osnaburg, then tea dye it), … Continue reading

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