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I wish I was there….

Do you ever read a book and immerse yourself in that location and the story–sort of a “Calgon, take me away” moment?  I just finished reading a book set in Hawaii, and those gorgeous islands sure called to me. We … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Roxanne Rustand here,  wishing you all safe travels, and that you will be able to arrive at your destination in good time.  Listening to the weather reports has me praying for all of you out East who are facing such … Continue reading

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Changes….

Hi all, Sorry I’m posting late today.  I have been on a twenty-four hour search for my wedding ring.  I managed to hang on it to for 37 years, and now its MIA. One of the prongs bent, and I’d … Continue reading

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Ireland & England…a dream came true

Ever since I was a girl reading books like National Velvet, I wanted to visit England someday.  Later on, when I started devouring historical novels set in England, Scotland and Ireland, that dream continued, though I never expected to see … Continue reading

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Dreaming of spring…

I. Am.  So.  Eager.  For  Spring.  I know it’s coming,  but right now, looking at bare brown earth interspersed with patches of ice and  crusted mounds of snow, it seems too far away. As usual at this time of year, … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

I hope you all have a lovely Valentine’s Day!  Do you have any special plans for tonight or this weekend? My dh is out of town, but this weekend we’re going ball room dancing–something we rarely do anymore, unless we’re … Continue reading

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Downton Abbey

I just spent the morning running errands, from one end of town to the other. Errands that had to be taken care of…though when I got to the last stop, I had a rather disconcerting realization: I’d worn my barn … Continue reading

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