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Green!

I heard the weatherman say March first begins “meteorological spring” here in Texas. I wasn’t sure all that implied but, after living here seven years, I am inclined to agree: the last of February always greens up like early spring. … Continue reading

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Recognizing Brilliant Beauty

My husband is brilliant! He can fix stuff I can’t fathom. He knows how to install a hot water tank and stop a leaky toilet and unstop a drain. He can rewire electrical things and test batteries. He generally knows … Continue reading

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Lost on Purpose

Having been born with a built-in compass, my husband simply cannot fathom why I get lost so easily. It exasperates him! Before I drive someplace new, he tries to tell me how to get there. When he says things like, … Continue reading

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Something Worth Reblogging

And I did not write it! Stumbled across this thought about being grateful for what we have…and maybe something more. She said it better than I could have, so here ya go! (Note: it is not just about kitchens.) Give … Continue reading

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Loving Orange

We just moved into a house built in 1980. Our old house was built in 1978. Though there is a great disparity in the size and perhaps the quality, there are many similarities in style. One small diversity in color … Continue reading

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Lingering

A winter poem I sliked. Maybe my readers will also. Lingering.

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Returning Dust

I detest dust! Nothing is much uglier than a dark and beautiful piece of wood lightly coated with the fine particulate matter we call dust. Getting it off is called dusting furniture. I don’t like that either. I’ve been known … Continue reading

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