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Fall has arrived, unfortunately with rain, lots of rain. That was fine with me on Friday because it was my Remicade infusion day. I always sleep through my infusions, and I’m pretty well shot the rest of the day. BTW, … Continue reading
sigh. But Teddy Rosalie was within her rights. She’s been cooped up way too much for way too long, and it was a nice autumn day – cool enough that someone who insists on wearing a sweater 24/7 wouldn’t pass … Continue reading
It only took a few tries, a fair amount of cash, and lots of patience, but … I think I have found my most-of-the-time camera. So far, I’m loving the new Nikon Coolpix A1000. Sure, the tech reviews weren’t great, … Continue reading