Monthly Archives: April 2020

What is a Floor Towel, you ask?

Yesterday was my birthday. It was also Tuesday and so one with any sense would immediately join the two thoughts and put together a birthday Taco Tuesday. Which, of course, we did. Before I get into the Taco Tuesday-ness of … Continue reading

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All Muddled Up

Many years ago, when we lived in Washington, I had a container garden that I lovingly called my Mojito Garden. It was a mint garden with three varieties from which I harvested mint to make delicious, refreshing mojitos. I used … Continue reading

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Simple Sunday – Views from within our Quarantine Circle

Front yard, backyard. Pictures from within our safe space. Why is it that “front yard” is two words, but “backyard” is one? I find it rather bothersome.

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It will be useful again, someday.

One day last week, to combat the boredom that comes with a pandemic quarantining, Carter decided to rearrange the furniture in his bedroom. He drew out a schematic of where he wanted his bed, dresser, bookcase. Without any thought to … Continue reading

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