Monthly Archives: September 2014

Tree-mendous imaginations

Our kitchen stool and the ladder-chair left the kitchen and walked out to the front yard Saturday. I didn’t see them leave, but I did see them under the low branches of the pecan tree. Snugged tightly against the tree, … Continue reading

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Make Way for Ducklings

((Have you heard of this book? Please comment yes or no. We were surprised how many had NOT heard of the ducklings.)) For weeks and months, my husband spends hours poring over the computer search engines seeking out the “must … Continue reading

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smile for your great-great-grandkids

It was just a simple observation overheard at the News-Times: “It looks like this picture for the obituary is a copy of their driver’s license – it has the seal of the state across it. I don’t think I can … Continue reading

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Klutzy day

“Having spilled my coffee all over my desk today, sprayed myself with my coke yesterday and stumbled over my own feet so that I dropped and broke my favorite coffee mug…. I have declared myself stressed and klutzy. It’s time … Continue reading

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Play is child’s work

“Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” – Fred Rogers of “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood.” Given a chance for imperfection, play and work merged this summer. In … Continue reading

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