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May

May Day Window Suprises

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Although I am a born and bred Californian, I spent many years in the Midwest where the first of every May honored the beautiful tradition of May Day. Brimming with a fanciful Maypole dance, crowns of fresh flowers and May baskets, this day long ode to the glory of warm weather, new beginnings, promises of renewal and the joy of Continue Reading ...
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Jan

Renew-Refresh-Redo

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A new year, a new beginning-a chance to rip up the old calendar and the past, a chance to throw away all the misses from 2014 and leap up, jump, spring, fly into the possibilities waiting to be unwrapped for 2015. Kick in a better you, Don’t be blue, Subdue, Redo, See it through A new view!   Kick Up Continue Reading ...
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Jan

The Evolution of the Resolution

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We’ve been making New Year’s Resolutions since the beginning of time and breaking them ever since. Usually, our best intentions fizzle out before the end of January. That’s just enough time to remember how much effort these things take and why we never did them in the first place.     I suppose it’s because resolutions are the best way Continue Reading ...
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Nov

Over The River And Through The Wood

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Over the River and Through the Wood Over the river and through the wood, All of us packed in a row. Siri guides the way, As we tweet all day, Through the white and drifted snow. Over the river and through the wood, Oh, how the traffic so slow. It’s such a beast, We’ll be late for the feast, As Continue Reading ...
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Nov

My Little Thanksgiving Thank Yous

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Thanksgiving centers around big food, many special dishes, and a large stuffed table with lots of family and friends and overwhelming, momentous “thank yous” charged with serious sincerity. To offer a bit of lightness to this Thanksgiving tradition, here are my little thank yous that make this day possible. It is easy to neglect the small, unforgettable things that are Continue Reading ...
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Oct

What Kind Of Vampire Are You?

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Vampires are notorious for raging in the night, carousing the depths of darkness for energy, food, excitement and fulfillment.  Vampires do not have to sleep in coffins or cemeteries but they do need rest. They must sleep during the light hours as daylight frightens, threatens and weakens their sensibilities and powers.  Since vampires are definitely night people, dark shades in Continue Reading ...
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Mar

Oh, wind-oh!

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March is here and whether March roars in like a lion or creeps in like a lamb, I always think of Dr. Seuss in March as Dr. Seuss celebrates a birthday on March 2nd. To honor his way with words, here is my “Seussish ode” to windows.     Oh, wind-oh!     Wind-OW,     up down     Continue Reading ...