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Category Archives: Winter
Where Do You Home School?
Here is a partial list that will inspire you through the end of the winter doldrums and on into the joys of SPRING! Car. Park. Blanket under a shade tree. Hospital waiting room. Front porch (although the swing may cause motion sickness.) Grandma’s house. Mall. Restaurant. Van. Oak tree. Play house. Floor. Recliner. Deck. KitchenContinue reading “Where Do You Home School?”
Well, the Coons Got Us Again.
As a counselor and a retired professional mom, I must say: Raccoons are incorrigible wasters, ruiners of all things good, heartless beasts that care neither about boundaries nor animal rights. Their ability and seeming desire to inflict gross horror is limitless. As people who tend six hens, our job was keeping them safe at nightContinue reading “Well, the Coons Got Us Again.”
Global Warming! Coming soon to a kitchen near you!
Nothing warms a home like something baking. It’s cold outside where you live. Everyone should get busy! Doesn’t matter if it’s a delicious batch of sour dough bread: Doesn’t matter if it’s a few jars of wonderful canned bread: Doesn’t matter if it’s a wonderful, lo-carb cookie recipe! We all need to warm up our Monday! BAKE!
The Last Bouquet
Traces. Old roses, pouring out a Springtime show, a last reaching for the sun, blooming, rich scented musk, and we inhale delight. Tomorrow we will be satisfied with the damp, spent fragrance of fading roses, and gather spent and fallen petals to dry and save for dark places that welcome old scent. Their baby cousins left outdoorsContinue reading “The Last Bouquet”