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February 13, 2019

Follow Broken Beauty     Can there be beauty in brokenness? I believe there can be and is; and I also believe that beauty is not just in the eye of the beholder. When I bought this orchid, the stem was not bent; though a bent stem would not have been...
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Because I Can

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February 2, 2019

Follow The Compass Rose     Detroit Museum of Art, Detroit Michigan     Portland Headlight, Cape Elizabeth Maine     Aloha Clock Tower, Hawaii     United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland     In front of the William Penn Hotel in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania     Fairchild Gardens, Miami, Florida   Welcome Center...
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Nature

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January 25, 2019

Follow The Sun Rising in Maine     I love the ocean.  I do not know why I do not feature it more often, on these pages, or why I do not spend more time on the beach.  This is a series of photographs inspired by Christine’s desire to see the...
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Food

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January 15, 2019

Follow Everyday Garbanzos     I love garbanzos (chickpeas), they are extremely versatile, and of course delicious. For a fast meal, with little fuss, these can be whipped up in the time it takes to prepare a pot of rice, in the rice cooker. Ingredients: 1 large can of Chickpeas –...
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Food – Cooking With Children

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December 21, 2018

Follow Cooking with Children   This month, I will continue to share recipes from The Cookie Book, by Eva Moore, as well as the Holiday Cookbook for boys and girls. Decorating Christmas cookies is one of the true delights of the holiday season, an activity that book children and adults will...
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Fiction

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December 10, 2018
Fiction

Follow In general I am not an envious person, but I do so wish I could write something as beautiful as this story. I love this story. When I first read it, I identified with Buddy; now I feel a bit more empathy with the elder woman, time does have its...
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Nature

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December 7, 2018
Nature

Follow Chenille     As winter sweeps through New England, my thoughts are on warmer weather and nature’s vibrance.  Though not exactly a Christmas plant, this beautiful Chenille is certainly dressed for the holiday! I love this plant; and just because it is easy to grow, rather it is that flower! ...
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Nature

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November 21, 2018

Follow Too Soon for Snow     We are not supposed to be having this type of snow storms or temperatures for Thanksgiving; it is too soon for snow!     Nevertheless, and regardless of how I might feel about the chilly weather, with yes, record breaking cold predicated for Thanksgiving...
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Food – Cooking With Children

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November 15, 2018

Follow Cooking with Children     I am sure I have already shared with you my fond memories of cooking with my Mother; in the kitchen she was perhaps more easy going than anywhere else, I can think of, truly never saying no. My Mother would let me experiment, providing me,...
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Food

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October 18, 2018

Follow Arroz con Gandules Rice with Pigeon Peas Vegan Option Pictured Having lived in Puerto Rico for three years, as a child, among other things, I grew to love Puerto Rican food, which is truly delicious. Since childhood, I have been back, spending time with my Father there, the year before...
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