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- Yes It’s a Big One
- Freedom Truckers
- Blogosphere in Mourning
- Looking Back
- Praise for Ditch Diggers and Plumbers
- Head Stitches
- When the House Itself Says Trick or Treat
- Go Figure
- Because I Could (Plus: When It’s No Longer Fun)
- We Can Save HOW Much ??!
- Hey, It Works for Sculptures!
- Slow and Twisted
- Because It’s Nice Out and You’re Probably Tired of Crochet Photos
- Real Estate Wars
- Allergy Season
- Hugs All Around
- Second Project Done!
- No Story, Just a Photo
Category Archives: Humor
FOR SALE Invisible hand-crocheted plaid afghan. Lovingly created with the finest invisible yarn. Guaranteed to match any decor. Lighter than a feather – you won’t even feel it wrapped around you! Never needs washing or dry-cleaning. Safe for pets (even … Continue reading
“Buffalo in Winter” Because I can Because I’m here. Because you’re all still here. Happy New Year, Everyone! May 2021 be a kinder, simpler year. __________ I love to hear from my readers. You may comment on this post, comment … Continue reading
December 2, Buffalo, New York. Of course, there would be snow and ice. As Maureen prepared for work, she realized it had snowed overnight. Only a few inches, but when she looked out the kitchen window, she could see that … Continue reading