Monthly Archives: December 2014

Farewell 2014

Farewell 2014 I am not a person who makes resolutions, but I do make lists. Ending this year, one that has been crowded with so many changes, I think it only fitting I make one final list. This includes some … Continue reading

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Ping-Pong For One

My children spoiled me this Christmas. They bought me a ping-pong server that allows me to practice by myself, one hundred balls at a time. Can you imagine? I had no idea such a thing existed. It even lets me … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice

What I love about the winter solstice is the fact that going forward the days are getting longer! Yay! Celebrate! You have to look for the positive, right? No matter what happens, there will be a silver lining, somehow, somewhere. … Continue reading

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The Last Minute Christmas Rush

No, I’m not out in the stores, I am madly trying to finish knitting my third afghan for the year. It is scheduled to go under the tree on Christmas morning. The world will not end if it isn’t finished … Continue reading

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Going Home

The time to leave my grandkids and return home is drawing near. Not the easiest subject to talk about, or think about without welling up. I want to load them all up in my carry-on and take them home with … Continue reading

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Christmas Traditions

My one-year-old grandson tried to stage a prison break and liberate the Christmas tree from inside it’s protective fence. He doesn’t understand that what the tree needs protection from – is him. He grabbed the fence and shook it in … Continue reading

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What’s for Dinner?

What’s for dinner? That is an age-old question every home-maker, male or female, has asked for centuries. The usual response is, “I don’t care. What ever you want to fix.” The problem with that answer, is that the cook doesn’t … Continue reading

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