Monthly Archives: August 2006

That day again!

Yup, it’s that time of year again. Nothing maudlin or startling to say except that I wouldn’t be 21 again for anything. This year I’ve continued to learn about bread-baking. I’ve really broken the habit of eating out – more … Continue reading

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Sunday wrap-up

Isn’t it fun when an idea – a good cause idea at that – catches on? Here’s the staff of the International Quilt Festival making postcards on company time. Now that’s my kind of job! Since the “boss”, Karey Bresenhan, … Continue reading

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Saturday’s surprise!

Just as I had rounded up all my huge pots, my canning pot, my foldup table and my jars for today’s project, the phone rang. Lo and behold – the voice in my ear was no other than online baking … Continue reading

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Martini, extra olives, rocks

Today was one of the worst days at work I can ever remember so I thought it would be a good day to recall my first martini. Quite a number of years ago, in a job a few jobs ago, … Continue reading

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It’s time for your yearly reminder: People have tried and tried, but sex is not better than sweet corn. — Garrison Keillor and while you’re at it, eat a real tomato or two. Summer’s short and corn and tomato season … Continue reading

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