Category Archives: Real Life

Real Life – 10-11-19

Have you been feeling like life is a real drag? Do you think that everybody else on social media has a wonderful life? Do you think that you’re the only one who is trying to get into her sewing room, … Continue reading

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“I Made You A Art…”

(The title of this post comes from one of the characters on the show The Good Place.) Recently I was looking at the online version of our local paper when a picture caught my eye. There was a gentleman standing … Continue reading

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The Joy of Hermiting

Hermiting:┬áverb 1. the act of being a hermit Last Thursday I told Jay that as soon as I arrived home from work on Friday I was hermiting for the rest of the weekend. The only time I intended to leave … Continue reading

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The Last Tree Cutting

Over the past six and a half years that we’ve lived in this house we’ve managed to cut down all of our trees except one. This giant maple resided in our front yard. It was beautiful and helped give our … Continue reading

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Beginning to Garden – 2019

Two weeks ago I posted about Real Life and how my gardens look like this: To be fair, that garden STILL looks like that. Between my various activities, my sinuses/allergies and the rain I just haven’t been able to get … Continue reading

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Real Life – 5-10-19

Do you need a pick-me-up? Do you feel like you never make any progress on any of your projects, but people all over social media are somehow able to get their projects completed perfectly? Well, I’m here to make you … Continue reading

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Real Life – 4-19-19

There have been quite a few reports published recently that show depression has skyrocketed, especially among the youth. When they dug into the causes they discovered that a lot of it has to do with the horrendous amounts of social … Continue reading

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