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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
Every day owns some historical scrip; because of this, various newspapers carry columns of “What Happened on This Day.” So I’ve decided that for today, I’ll offer my own version. It is probably one that won’t be found in local
… finish reading For the Record
Yesterday’s mass killing in Orlando, FL, has already raised the decibel level on the gun control issue once again. And it will command the headlines for a week or so, while the NRA will stand by its slogan: “Guns don’t
… finish reading The NRA and Grammar