Monthly Archives: January 2019

Share Your World – 1-28-19

It’s 10:52, do you know where your kids are? Yes, indeed I do. Eufy is working in the family room, Shasta is napping in her big chair. If it were p.m. rather than a.m., they would both be in bed. … Continue reading

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Share Your World – 1/21/19, except, of course, it’s now 1/26

It is a lazy Saturday, and my fingers feel like romancing the keyboard, so I’ve decided to play with Melanie today, before the next SYW post is out. What’s the closest thing you’ve experienced to real magic? I guess it would … Continue reading

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New Dreams for MLK Day

Originally posted on themiddlegeneration:
Today is the solemn anniversary of the assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. I would like to use this post as a tribute to MLK’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech. Given all that has…

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Procrastination – and whatever else that may wander into my mind

I wonder if procrastination is in our DNA? (If you’re up there with my mother, please don’t let her hear that!). I have it, my son has it – my daughter, not so much. It baffles me, the things I … Continue reading

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Share Your World – 1-14-19

Is it spring yet? We have grey skies (again), snow showers (again), cold (again). I’m ready for sunshine and warmer. Or, alternatively, time at the coast where the weather at least has some drama. I have cleaned up my kitchen … Continue reading

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Share Your World – 1/7/19

It’s a winter morning outside my windows, although not as cold as they’ve been. I am grateful to be inside where it’s warm and dry. It seems to be a good time to Share my World, one more time. Did … Continue reading

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Resolutions – Or Not

On this cold winter morning I am reading the blog posts of the bloggers I follow, many of which are mentioning resolutions – those things we seem to feel we need to promise to do at the beginning of each … Continue reading

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It Feels Like Time to Ramble

Here it is, just the second day of January, and I have already grown weary of winter. Of the cold, the ice on my driveway and in my street. I know, we’ve had a very easy winter thus far, and … Continue reading

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