Archive | November, 2018

The stage is set.

November 29, 2018

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I’m not one to decorate for Christmas early, but I can get a space ready for others to decorate. Last year, one of our teachers stayed up some brick wrapping paper to make a cozy nook for the Christmas tree. It was cute, but had to come down. I bought some removable wallpaper to try. […]

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‘Tis the season

November 28, 2018

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It’s official sparky around here. Something is wonky with the whole-house humidifier so I pulled out the little red guy and boiled some water tonight. Upstairs, I thought about the fan that I have to have running all night so that when I awaken in the dark I hear it’s blessed purr and not the […]

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Sooo much more dirty water

November 27, 2018

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My feelings about decaf coffe are similar to my feelings about non-alcoholic beer: what’s the point? However, there is the rare occasion in the evening when I’m having dessert and coffee is the right accompaniment. That box on the left has lasted two years. I bought a new one and lo and behold – they […]

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I can’t be that person on Facebook,

November 26, 2018

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So I will passive-aggressively be that person here.

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A bit of a storm

November 25, 2018

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We did have a bit of a blizzard. It started on the night. I was sleeping on the couch and Ralph investigated at the window, then jumped his 20-pound body on my stomach to let me know it was happening. Thanks, Ralph. Anyway, when I woke up, Lloyd told me to look outside. Well, that’s […]

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Last Parade

November 25, 2018

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Well, the parade is over and I’ve decided that it is my last one. Someone is welcome to take over, but I think six years has been a long enough turn. I put the float out in front of the CDC like a giant nativity scene and we’ll just have to see what happens with […]

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