Monthly Archives: September 2010

I was over at Ree’s Place

Ree’s blog is The Pioneer Woman and there are several parts to her blog.  Today I started with Home and Garden.  She was talking about her clothes in her closet.  I felt the need to leave a comment.  This is what I … Continue reading

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One Day at a Time

It’s entirely possibly that I’m paranoid.  Or maybe I just borrow trouble.  I read up on kids and bi-polar disorder last night.  Absolutely every “symptom” that my granddaughter is having could very easily be attributed to her grief or to … Continue reading

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I’ve Been Told….

That “the Lord will not give us more than we can handle”.  This may be a simplified way of phrasing it, but that statement has helped me in times of duress.  Other times, I’ve tested the limits of it.  I was given … Continue reading

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New Post Cards, a Book, a Heart Rock and a new Project

I found another heart rock in my walk way yesterday on my way to the car to go to Dallas to sew with my mini group friends.  I picked it up, scraped off the mud (we’ve had a little rain lately) … Continue reading

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Quilting with Friends

Today, my mini group met and I didn’t take one photo.  I can’t even believe it.  Especially since this was Kari’s last time with us.  She is moving to Seattle on Oct. 2nd.  I’m going to miss her.  I’ll think … Continue reading

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One for the Money

That subject title may sound familiar to you.  That is, if you are a Janet Evanovich reader.  One for the Money is the first book in the Stephanie Plum series and it’s being made into a movie as I write … Continue reading

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Chase

My momma called me a little while ago and told me that my little town had been on her local news.  She lives outside of Houston and I live 70 miles, give or take, south east of Dallas, so this … Continue reading

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A Leaf Cousin

My oldest granddaughter has loved trees since she was a tiny little thing.  She used to pat them lovingly when she was outside and just starting to walk.  If she was not free to roam and being carried or in … Continue reading

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I Am Enough

Over the last several years, I’ve heard many times that we teach people how to treat us.  I don’t think I totally believe this.  Yes, if I accept crappy treatment from someone and they treat me crappy again, I guess you could … Continue reading

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The Mail has been Fun

First there were some postcards from my Postcrossing friends across the globe.  The first one (above) arrived while I was still in Oklahoma.  It’s from Michigan.  The second came today from Poland. Saturday is when my wonderful, beautiful feather touchstone arrived!  This is … Continue reading

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