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I never met a potato I didn’t like, which is why I try to keep them out of my kitchen. Otherwise, I would eat them every day. Idaho, Russet, Red, Sweet, Yukon Gold (although this last is my least favorite),
… finish reading Potato, Potato
As long as I’ve known Earl, he’s had a penchant for the daily crossword puzzle. He’s also formulated a variety of rules regarding it.
First, he does the puzzle in ink, which leads to being extra cautious. Earl doesn’t like
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I’m plodding along on my online course with the objective of obtaining a builder’s license. Not sure what I’ll do with it, although Earl suggested I start with making a birdhouse. I suggested I’ll find a builder and just drive
… finish reading Building 35
I’ve been growing my hair since August 2012. In that time frame, I’ve gone from a clipped, curly short style to an almost shoulder-length, every-strand-the same-with-no-layers look.
I’m not sure which looks better on me; in fact, I’m not even
… finish reading Hair
Today is Valentine’s Day, and I remember the very first VD Earl and I spent together. It was wintry cold, and I lived in a flat in the Irving Park neighborhood of Chicago’s north side. He lived downtown.
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Linda Cobb is my kind of gal. She wrote a book titled The Queen of Clean, originally published in 1998 and still going strong. In it, she solves the mysteries of cleaning one’s home, conquering clutter, and removing spots and
… finish reading The Queen of Clean
I’m the type of person who learns the rules and then decides what the standard deviation is. It’s my nature to do just what has to be done to stay under any official organization’s radar.
Which is why I took
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I got my wish. Today was cancelled due to yesterday’s blizzard. Even our local mall is closed, although I had no intention of heading there. I’m still in low gear (See yesterday’s post.)
So what did I do to pass
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Here’s an update on my efforts to qualify for a Michigan builder’s license. I’m one-sixth the way through the course, having completed 15 of the required 90 online lessons.
It’s a yin and yang sort of thing. Basically, the course
… finish reading Building 15