Monthly Archives: November 2020

Food for thought

I saw this on fellow blogger Mary J. Melange’s Instagram, and it made me stop and think. Right off the top of my head, I could really work on taking my camera off automatic, practicing free motion quilting, or finally … Continue reading

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Turkey for Two

There will be turkey for two this Thanksgiving for the first time ever. Then again, 2020 is the first time ever we’ve tried to navigate a pandemic. Thanksgiving usually means a family gathering to share an extravagant ensemble of dishes … Continue reading

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Let there be light

My mood and the weather have been gray and cool so I decided to do something about my mood at least. On a warm day last week, I climbed to the attic and picked out some Christmas items, grabbed my … Continue reading

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Thank you

Heartfelt thank you to each and every Veteran for your service.

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Although we’re having great weather and I’m still picking up multiple leaf bags full of the neighbor’s pine cones, I’ve basically closed out the gardening season and moved indoors. The sewing and embroidery machines have been running, and I’ve made … Continue reading

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