Monthly Archives: July 2011

Home Again!

I’m back again after a wonderful week away from the stuff of home.  I had planned on writing and continuing my exercise routine, but that didn’t happen!!  Sometimes it is very necessary to just sit back, relax and ride the … Continue reading

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Getting Ready For A Breather

I’m getting ready to go on vacation.  We were planning on taking the dogs with us, but with temperatures predicted to be 100 degrees + on travel day and beyond, we’ve decided that they are much better off here at … Continue reading

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How The Garden Grows

I’m sending along a few photos of my garden.  We’ve had ample rain in the past few weeks and little of the typical, hazy, hot and humid weather we’re famous for. The plants are happy and so am I.  The … Continue reading

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I Can Hear You Now

It’s hot! I stick my head in the frig to gather ingredients … half an onion,  freshly gathered carrots, crisp red lettuce, cukes and one perfect avocado that I plan on tossing into a big salad for a cool and … Continue reading

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My City Life

For several years in the early ‘50s, when I was in elementary school, I lived on a quiet, tree-lined street in Huntington, New York, on Long Island.  The back of the house overlooked Jericho Turnpike, one of the main thoroughfares … Continue reading

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Every Saturday morning at 7 AM, throughout the summer, I head to the farmer’s market where I can find just about any seasonal vegetables or fruit I desire.  I usually pick up a dozen fresh eggs from pastured chickens or … Continue reading

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Once Upon A Time …

In June, 1965, a week before I was married, I graduated from college with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education.  I weighed 104 pounds and wore a size 4 wedding dress. You could say I had an eating … Continue reading

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