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- Hugs All Around
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- How Did That Happen, Anyway?
- CM May Have Been Hacked
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- Vaccination Roulette
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- Teddy Rosalie and Her Dog
- Before the Storm
- Beauty Discovered
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Tag Archives: Puppy Cody
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
Recently, I “celebrated” my 69th birthday. How is that even possible? Why, just last week I was a tiny girl riding the kiddie cars at a local amusement park. And only a day later, I was a small child playing … Continue reading
Big snow coming later today. Up to 15 inches of snow expected overnight in my area. While that isn’t an outrageous amount for Western New York in February, it will make driving anywhere hazardous until the snow stops and the … Continue reading