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- Hugs All Around
- Second Project Done!
- No Story, Just a Photo
- Really, Mother Nature ?! It’s Supposed to Be Spring!
- How Did That Happen, Anyway?
- CM May Have Been Hacked
- Embracing Old Lady-ness
- Vaccination Roulette
- The Lazy Baker
- Teddy Rosalie and Her Dog
- Before the Storm
- Beauty Discovered
- Small World
- Stay-cay Va-cay
- On the 1st day of 2021, I give you …
- Christmas 2020
- ‘Tis the Season
- Zone Orange
Category Archives: Covid-19
Hugs are great, aren’t they? Especially when you, and the recipient of the hug, have both been vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus and masks are no longer required. Such was the case this past Sunday, which, of course, was Mother’s … Continue reading
Finally! The entire family has been fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. Which means we can get together again. Sure, we had brief visits with certain family members throughout the pandemic, but now we can do so without masks. I’d … Continue reading
Probably no one has noticed, but I have deleted the button allowing readers to follow this website via Facebook. Recently, I received a comment on my Cordelia’s Mom Facebook page, and when I tried to go onto that page to … Continue reading