Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Story Of The Pink Pipe Cleaner

This story starts out with a couple of cats and a Pink Pipe Cleaner.  On our back deck I have a basket full of cat toys.  Some of them are those furry mice or the balls that they love to … Continue reading

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Even in Fall & Winter, Native Plants will provide!

Bob and I have lived all over the United States in both small and large towns, transferring as our companies needed us in other locations, doing what we needed to further our careers and climb the corporate ladders. We reached … Continue reading

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Preserving Family Photos: The Family Album

When shopping for a photo album, keep in mind the generations yet to come. Don’t buy a cheap one. Go for archival quality. Your great-great-great grandchildren will thank you. Continue reading

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Fall Leaves Changing Colors

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When we cannot travel, it’s good to live in a beautiful place. Continue reading

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Book Review: A Lady Cyclist’s Guide To Kashgar

I am always drawn to historical fiction, and the novel A Lady Bicyclist Guide to Kashgar, by Suzanne Joinson caught my interest for this reason.  Kashgar is a city in western China, which is bordered by the countries of Tajikistan and Krygystan, … Continue reading

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Music Review: Avalon is Risen by Leslie Fish

Produced by Kristoph Klover, performed by Leslie Fish and published by Prometheus Music, Avalon is Risen is the filk album we have all been waiting for. The music is celtic and folkish, but with that special touch that only Leslie … Continue reading

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