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- Glad I Didn’t Wait for Black Friday
- Six Blogging Tips That I Ignore
- Good Day to Be Sick
- Let there be warm things…
- Winter Is Coming
- The Watcher
- Sweater Weather
- Is It the Software or the Photographer?
- Me and 23
- I wanna go, too! Pleeeese, Mommy?
- The Scent Dog’s Heaven
- What Is It?
- Why I Burned My Breakfast
- And the Verdict Is …
- Just Because …
- Cordelia’s Mom Leaves Town
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Category Archives: Holidays
Jessica was basically content with her life, but lately she had been getting vibes as if someone were watching her every move at work. Why? She wondered. No one was looking over her shoulder – she had her own office … Continue reading
Some days nothing seems to make any sense. Today is October 25 – 6 days before Halloween here in the USA. Stopping at the grocery store after my dentist appointment, I saw the expected display of Halloween candies and pumpkins … Continue reading
Not really. We only went 15 miles from home (but still “away”). It was spur of the moment. The household chores had been completed, and we just felt like taking a drive. Chestnut Ridge Park is only a 30-40 minute … Continue reading