Monthly Archives: June 2011

Scrap Booking

Today, I worked on our youngest Grandson’s Sports scrap book. Finished up a couple of things on the first pages that I started yesterday. His first Soccer team and his first Foot Ball teams are completed and in the book. … Continue reading

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Listing our home

We did it…we listed our home last Friday and we’ve already had people come look at the house and more are planning on coming this weekend. I find it ironic that one lives in a house for a few years … Continue reading

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Grandson’s sports scrap book

Soccer game August 2007 I’m working on Grandson’s sports scrap book… will put some photos up when I’m done. He’s only seven but he’s played quite a few different sports already: basketball, baseball, football, karate, soccer. It’s not too big … Continue reading

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Daily Challenge..

I was invited to join the group “Daily Challenge” whose object is to promote positive thinking and healthier living. Each day I receive an email with a daily challenge that is a gentle reminder on how to achieve a more … Continue reading

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Those Irish Roots…

I’ve had a terrible time researching those Irish roots. Seems my maternal Grand Father just dropped off of the face of the earth. All we know of him, is he left Ireland, broken-hearted, after his beloved wife died of TB. … Continue reading

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My new transportation

My new mode of transportation is our automatic quad. It carries my crutches and I am able turn to on the water to the plants. I can ride around the property with my Buddy, our German Shepherd, following at my … Continue reading

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Black Gold ~ aka Compost Pile

The other day a friend asked me about starting a vegetable garden. My first thought was she needed to start a compost pile for next year. We live in the California High Desert where our compost pile is vital to … Continue reading

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