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- 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
- 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
Tag Archives: woods
The July temperatures had come down into the high-80’s(F), and it was sunny and dry. An excellent day for a drive away from the ‘burbs. So, off we headed to Chestnut Ridge Park in Orchard Park, NY. We debated taking … Continue reading
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