If you remember back to my first post of weekend wanderings, you know that I had seen another street that I had wanted to explore, but that I had also saved it for another day. That day had arrived. The weather was decent and the dogs were willing, so we set off to explore. ru… Continue reading Weekend Wanderings – Second Street of Beautiful homes
Christmas isn't over until the last Christmas project has been completed. Some years ago, I asked my boss and friend BP to teach me to knit so I could make a sweater for my bf as a Christmas gift. After 2 wash clothes and 1 simple lace shawl, I printed out several sweater patterns and… Continue reading Workbasket – No idle hands here…
It wasn't raining when I left the house, but that quickly changed once I arrived on the range. Then the rain started to change to snow Finally we were no longer able to see the white markings on the pavement On-call concurred on the decision to cancel the class for this weekend. Right after we… Continue reading The First Class of my Teaching Year
(que the time travel music of your choice - going back in time) When I was a teenager, I was very interested in the Victorian era and the differences in what they did then. One day I was interested in the different flavorings that they used in their baking other than just the plain… Continue reading Sodas of Surprise!
Growing up, from my fourth grade year until graduating High School we lived in the same house. During Junior High and Senior High Schools I would walk the 2 miles each way. Twice a day I would pass this street, always intending to walk down the street and look at the homes along the drive. … Continue reading Weekend Wanderings – Mystery street of beautiful houses
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