Monthly Archives: December 2016

Old Friends

The big Christmas holiday is over. ¬†Although my little family Christmas gathering is yet to come this week – kids had lots of families to visit. The holiday season has brought friends and family together in lots of ways – … Continue reading

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Quiet Holidays – letting go

Holidays are funny things – we can get so excited by them or so disappointed by them. The expectations around a holiday are amazing. It can leave us exhausted even when we have not done anything. This year the actual … Continue reading

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It’s Monday! What are you reading? fiction with a historical lean

I love historical fiction. It is great to enjoy a good story and learn just a bit about history along the way. For me history makes more sense when I read about it through the lives of the people who … Continue reading

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Hidden Friends in the Kitchen

The wind is blowing making the temperature feel like -15 below and expected to drop more tonight. Another 5 inches of snow fell in the evening so we woke to glittering white all around us but deep gray clouds. The¬†deck … Continue reading

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Rounding the corner to the end of the year – review in progress

It is now December and winter is here in full force. The morning temperature on the way to school was – 3 in the heated car. The trees are coated in snow and sitting perfectly posed for a painting. We … Continue reading

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