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COOKING FOR TWO

Linda G. Hill’s prompt for today, Saturday November 12, is “cel” leading me quickly to four words: cell, cellar, celery and celebrate. This book “Cooking for Two” is close at hand so I checked to see what kind of recipe … Continue reading

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MY HAPPY PLACE

So I am making a choice which picture I will use as my happy place. So thinking of the many years we have been together, I choose this picture of my recliner next to my husband’s happy place – his … Continue reading

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HOME IS WHERE THE SPIRIT IS

I’m quite happy when I’m home Where I store my hat, my books, and comb. Got no plans to buy a tomb But I’ll be buried with much aplomb! Though it will  be tighter than a womb – To move … Continue reading

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DOES IT RING TRUE?

Grandma Smith had flour up to her elbows as she prepared to fry the Southern  chicken for the Youth Camp in the Colorado Rockies.  Startled, she heard the sound of the dinner bell striking the call for lunch time.  “That … Continue reading

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BAGGING SNAKES

Many a young man, and some girls, begin a successful career by bagging groceries. A good place to start learning the mechanics and ethics of work. Those that come easily to minD are being dependable, following instructions, and being honest. … Continue reading

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THE VITAL NOTES

While reading a Bible devotion. I didn’t know that, I must make a note. While watching TV. That’s hard to believe. I must make a note to check online for more info. While in the kitchen. I must make a … Continue reading

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ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRES

THREE ELEMENTS FOR FIRE are oxygen, heat, and fuel.       A STORY:  Karen’s friend, Bob, went up into her attic to check the source of an odd odor.  He found a bird nest.   An uncovered vent had allowed a bird … Continue reading

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IRONING, MY WAY

I see that Linda G. Hill had chosen the words “iron” or “irony” as the word to use for SoCS.  How ironic that was!   I didn’t do it but I had planned to iron Saturday, at  least sort of … Continue reading

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I’M REMEMBERING “nameless”

How fast this former teacher of fourth/fifth graders, connects “rope” with jump rope! The following passage is an excerpt from my blog “nameless” posted in January, ’17. Bell rings and children come in with news to share. “Teacher, we learned … Continue reading

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COMPLIMENT ME

“Oh, you are amazing,” she complimented me.  “You found the exact teapot to complement the set of cups and saucers.”  Compliment:  The say good things about someone. Complement:  To complete or go with Those are very loose definitions.  😀   It … Continue reading

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