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Every two weeks I’m met with a basket of ironing. Earl does the laundry, but I’m in charge of removing wrinkles that the dryer doesn’t catch. Believe me, I understand it’s a self-imposed basket. And, today while tackling it, I
… finish reading Strange Bedfellows
Today I took the local commuter train to Chicago to have lunch with the professor who was my advisor when I was working on my Master’s thesis. I graduated from Lake Forest College’s M/LS program almost twenty years ago, so
… finish reading Staying Connected
I live in the undeclared Farm Stand Center of Michigan, maybe even of the entire Midwest. From asparagus in late spring to pumpkins in late fall, fresh produce is only a corncob’s throw away. And the farmer on duty understands
… finish reading Latest Obsession
To follow up on yesterday’s blog, I’m studying the condo rules and regulations where I live to be up-to-speed on what is and is not allowable in terms of “personalizing” the outdoor space around our respective homes.
Truth be told,
… finish reading Non-Compliant
Tonight my book club meets to discuss Last Stop on Market Street. It sounds as if it’s a murder mystery or possibly a case of amnesia. Maybe it’s about time travel or a farmer’s market.
But I’m hosting the discussion,
… finish reading Last Stop on Market Street
The 2016 Olympics in Rio have been in full swing for three days, and I’m loving it even though I haven’t seen all of the coverage. My favorite events are swimming, gymnastics, high diving, and track and field. But I’m
… finish reading I Love the Olympics
It’s almost 10 PM, and I just finished resting a few minutes on the patio watching the final gasp of the sun. Here in southwestern Michigan it gasps late. And I reminisced about the day.
I didn’t leave the house
… finish reading Loving Nothing to Do
The nozzle on the end of my hose, the one with several different settings to allow for a jet stream or a mist with various options in-between, broke. It didn’t owe me anything, since I’d probably spent less than five
… finish reading Coupon Craziness
I have a friend who is a voracious reader. She’s a member of one of my book clubs and always comes prepared. In fact, the time we agreed to read something written by John Updike is a case in point.
… finish reading Bookmark