Monthly Archives: June 2010

Tobacco and Old Spice

It’s Father’s Day once again, and I’m celebrating without you for the 31st year.  I’ve bought my father-in-law a beautiful card, and our children have come and shared their love with their Daddy. We couldn’t have a happier family, because … Continue reading

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Wild Muscadines

While searching for some jam to enjoy on my toast the other morning, I came across a jar of muscadine jelly that I knew was very old.  Almost seven years to be exact.  There’s only a tiny amount left in … Continue reading

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Tasting Salt

It should have been a really good day, and maybe it is–after all, all’s well that ends well.  It is that last day that every teacher looks forward to, and all that was left for me to do was to … Continue reading

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The Grand One

Our phone rang at 6:30 a.m.  It was our daughter, giving us a “wake-up” call.  I bolted out of bed (this from a woman who has to have at least three bats at the snooze button), hit the shower and … Continue reading

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Nearing the end . . .

Here it is, my first attempt at this blogging thing!  I’ve been encouraged to give it a try, so here I am, for better or for worse!  I’ve entitled this entry “Nearing the end . . .” because we are … Continue reading

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