Category Archives: New England

Transition

The fall colors are lovely no matter where you look. I’m guessing the 300,000 leaf peepers in the state are pretty happy with their three-day weekend. The fall chore list is done, tools cleaned, dahlia bulbs stored, and I’ve even … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Barn doors in Washington that led to Dahlias were like entering a candy store for me. My sister-in-law is a big Dahlia flower grower so one of our adventures was to visit her dahlia source, The Dahlia Barn. To say … Continue reading

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First in Nation

Worms last week, politics this week. Hmm. Don’t worry though, this isn’t a political rant just an observation. 🙂 I know that most of you don’t live in a state where politics is a business so I thought you might … Continue reading

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Beautiful day in the neighborhood

I had a nice week off with hubby doing fun anniversary things. We kept busy with family and friends, and we ate dessert every day because that’s a necessity when you’re celebrating. One day I ate a breakfast of banana … Continue reading

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4th of July

What does the 4th of July mean to you? To me, it represents those generations who came before us. Those hard working dedicated people who fought for our independence, crossed the country in covered wagons, cut timber to build houses, … Continue reading

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News and Weather

I woke up, made some Peets coffee, and watched the local news and weather while scrolling on the net. After seeing who killed who, how many arson fires were set, the number of politicians in the state looking for votes … Continue reading

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Flowers everywhere

Happy Monday! The sun is shining, the humidity is moderate, and the flowers are blooming. I’ve weeded, moved a dozen plants or so, trimmed some lilacs and boxwoods, and I didn’t have to water because it rained yesterday. The Azaleas … Continue reading

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