Monthly Archives: March 2011

DMV – a wallet opening experience

In February, I went online and made an appointment with the California DMV. Luckily, I was able to get an appointment online for today, March 21, at the Barstow office. The soonest I could get one at the somewhat local … Continue reading

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“FOREVER” Stamps

Today, I learned that the “FOREVER” postage stamp really is a great deal. Buying them is an investment against future postage price increases. You don’t have to buy additional stamps when the Post Office increases the price from 44 cents … Continue reading

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Homemade Jerky

Today I am making beef jerky. I received a really tasty recipe from my friend Rita, thank you Rita. This will be my second time to use the recipe. Although, the directions stated to use an oven I used our … Continue reading

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‘Tis – the sequel to Angela’s Ashes

‘Tis the sequel to Angela’s Ashes reveals the source of each book’s title. What a heart wrenching tale about the lives of this Irish family. Each family has their own story to tell I’m sure, however, Frank McCourt writes with … Continue reading

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Angela’s Ashes

I finally finished reading Angela’s Ashes. Oh My Gosh, what a tragic story. A few years ago I set it aside after reading half way through the book. I found it very sad and depressing. However, once I started to … Continue reading

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Hesperia Youth Basketball

This morning we went to our youngest Grandson’s basketball game. What a kick. He plays for the Celtic’s; today they played against the Spurs. What a great game. I just loved watching the kids have fun and enjoy the game.

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Pilgrim Peaches

I’m so excited our Pilgrim Peach tree/bush order has arrived. We’ll put them in ground this Saturday. It’ll take a few years before we get any peaches. Since Pilgrim peaches are so sweet and tasty it will be worth the … Continue reading

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