Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Party’s Over

Gardening is coming to an end for the 2012 season.  It is time to put the “farm” to sleep.  We continue to marvel at how things grew this year.  How most things grew might be more accurate.  Here’s a few … Continue reading

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Simply Biscotti- Installment13

It’s about time The summer seemed to stretch out so nicely but now as it draws to a close, it seems the season went by quickly.  I hadn’t been to Simply Biscotti for quite a while and since that’s the … Continue reading

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A Rose Inside a Teardrop

I wear a necklace, a rose inside a tear drop.  It was given to me eight years ago and is said to be a symbol of love that never dies. Eight years ago on this date, September 11th, my sister … Continue reading

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A Eureka Moment-Scrubbing Data

It’s back to school time.  Today there’s a fleet of yellow school buses on the road and the newspapers have been filled with stories of how to pack nutritious lunches and how to encourage conversations with your children and so … Continue reading

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Virtual Soup Across the Miles

We have a dear friend who loves soup.  Any kind of soup.  I wish we lived closer together for I think he would like what I made yesterday.  It started with this picking from the garden:  And thought I’d make … Continue reading

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