Monthly Archives: October 2009

twelve

Wait a minute, wait a minute.  I was cleaning out the garden, putting things away for winter, and found one last zucchini.  Just when you think you’re out . . . they pull you back in.

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eleven

Apparently your tenth birthday comes with a more refined understanding of the use of sarcasm.  More conversations with Ms. B: Me: So we got Marvin a new dog bed for upstairs.  At first he wouldn’t go up there unless D … Continue reading

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ten

We finally used up the last of the zucchini: This recipe has been a favorite of mine this summer and fall, mainly because it has been great for using up all of the vegetables from the garden.  It’s different every time.  … Continue reading

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Nine

I know, I know.  Posting has been non-existent lately.  I’ve been lost in the land of the workaholic and the ill.  I’m still struggling to escape.  I did have time to do a little bit of sewing this weekend: I … Continue reading

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eight

I’ve been working on embracing my inner-Mona: Today would have been my Granny’s 91st birthday.  Everyone who met her had at least one “Mona story.”  Everyone.  Some were more flattering than others.  My Granny could be a difficult woman to … Continue reading

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